106 The Most Important Thing You Can Do To Stop The Meltdowns with Marcelle Waldman
By No Guilt Mom
If you want your kids to learn about math, reading, writing, you name it- there’s a curriculum for it. But it’s not so easy when you are trying to teach your kids about their social-emotional skills. Those skills are things like how to deal with conflict, how to join a group of kids, naming and processing your own emotions, and being thoughtful & empathetic in our actions towards others. All things that every parent wants their kids to know and master! In this episode we’re talking with Marcelle Waldman, El Ed. the mom of 2, early childhood educator, creator and owner of FeelLinks feeling plush dolls and journal set. Her passion is educating parents and caretakers on the importance of building emotional intelligence in our children (and ourselves). We cover everything our kids (and us as parents) need to know about empathy, emotional intelligence, and coping skills so we can avoid those major emotional meltdowns and be resilient in life. Resources We Shared: Hampr Use the code NOGUILT50 for 50% off new memberships Marcelle Waldman/FeelLinks Use the code NOGUILTMOM for 10% off any FeelLinks purchase Emotions 911 The best mom is a happy mom. To better take care of you, download our No Guilt Mom mindset here . These reminders will help you second guess less, and feel more confidence every day in your parenting.