Starting Online Schooling? How to Handle Difficult Behaviors with Wendy Bertagnole

The pandemic has turned much of our world upside down. And now entering into the next school year, everything is different for our kids. If you are entering the new world of online schooling, you are not alone. Many of us are going into uncharted territory this school year.

Are your kids starting online schooling? In this episode we talk about how to effectively handle the difficult behaviors that might come it.

That is why I brought in one of my favorite people to discuss all things behavior – Wendy Bertagnole from the Exceptional Parenting Podcast. She offers such great insight and wisdom in how to approach our children’s struggles and behaviors.

In this episode Wendy offers some guidance on how to look beyond behaviors to understand what the behavior is trying to tell us.

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