Raising Humans #2 – Angry Kid, Calm Parent – Parenting with EQ

Raising Humans #2 – Angry Kid, Calm Parent – Parenting with EQ

http://podcast.6seconds.s3.amazonaws.com/RaisingHumans-02-eq-parenting-angry-kid-calm-parent.m4a Podcast: Play in new window | Download (20.7MB) Episode 2 of Raising Humans Podcast: When you have an angry kid, can you stay calm? How do you feel, (and what do you do?) when your child gets really angry and starts shouting? Do you stay calm? Amidst the screaming, the tears, and the accusations there are ways to stay focused and be the wise guide…

Raising Humans #1-Pause, Play or Rewind? Tips on Parenting with Emotional Intelligence

Raising Humans #1-Pause, Play or Rewind? Tips on Parenting with Emotional Intelligence

http://podcast.6seconds.s3.amazonaws.com/RaisingHumans-01-eq-parenting-rewind-button.m4a Podcast: Play in new window | Download (18.2MB) Welcome to the first episode of our podcast “Raising Humans”. We are excited to share tips on parenting and exercises to help parents bring their emotional wisdom to bear on the process of raising humans. Have you ever wished you had a rewind button? What happens when your kid just doesn’t want to…

Raising Humans #3-Quality Time-Parenting with EQ

Raising Humans #3-Quality Time-Parenting with EQ

http://podcast.6seconds.s3.amazonaws.com/RaisingHumans-03-eq-parenting-quality-time.m4a Podcast: Play in new window | Download (15.2MB) Finding Quality Time in a Busy World Welcome to the third installment our “Raising Humans” podcast! Finding focused, one-on-one time to spend outside of distractions and outside stimulation can be hard in our rush-rush, stay-busy culture. Those moments when you feel connected and in the same…

Raising Humans: A Parenting with EQ Podcast

Raising Humans: A Parenting with EQ Podcast

Subscribe on Itunes now: Raising Humans is a podcast for parents or anyone who spends time with children. Parenting can be an emotional roller coaster. How can you use the wisdom of emotional intelligence to be the kind of mentor and teacher you want to be for your kids? Each week, we take a scenario sent in by a parent and we look at it through the lens of emotional intelligence. We also provide tips for your “EQ Parenting Toolkit”…

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Raising Humans #4 – Managing Mealtime Meltdowns

Raising Humans #4 – Managing Mealtime Meltdowns

http://podcast.6seconds.s3.amazonaws.com/RaisingHumans-04-eq-parenting-mealtime-meltdown.m4a Podcast: Play in new window | Download (17.0MB) Food Fight: Taming Mealtime Meltdowns with Emotional Intelligence Welcome to episode 4 of our podcast, “Raising Humans”. In this brief audio odyssey, we hear from two parents, one cook, and one tough critic. What happens when food and emotions get all mixed up? How can emotional intelligence…

Six Seconds Launches Parenting Podcast, “Raising Humans”

Six Seconds Launches Parenting Podcast, “Raising Humans”

Emotional Intelligence skills for today’s parents at the center of new podcast from world’s largest emotional intelligence network FREEDOM, Calif., Aug. 31, 2016 — On September 1, in time for “back to school” Six Seconds will launch a new parenting podcast called “Raising Humans”, designed to help parents navigate the emotional territory of parenting in today’s world. Anyone who has hurried their…

Raising Humans # 7 – Parent-Child Power Struggles

Raising Humans # 7 – Parent-Child Power Struggles

http://podcast.6seconds.s3.amazonaws.com/RaisingHumans07-eq-parenting-power-struggles.m4a Podcast: Play in new window | Download (15.8MB) Power Struggles: Who’s in Charge Here? When children are rude, or engage in power struggles over who is in charge, how do you respond? Many of us just want to draw a hard line about behaviors we don’t like. “Do it because I said so!” is a default reply many of us learned from our parents. What are…

Raising Humans #10-Family Relationships – a Teen’s View

Raising Humans #10-Family Relationships – a Teen’s View

http://podcast.6seconds.s3.amazonaws.com/RaisingHumans-10-eq-parenting-teens.m4a Podcast: Play in new window | Download (7.1MB) This teen’s story shows how Emotional Intelligence can spread from family relationships to the broader world No parenting podcast would be complete without a look into the world and thoughts of teens. So much change and growth is happening in such a short time it can feel like a rocky road for parent and child….

Raising Humans #6: Frenemies-Helping Children Navigate Difficult Relationships

Raising Humans #6: Frenemies-Helping Children Navigate Difficult Relationships

http://podcast.6seconds.s3.amazonaws.com/RaisingHumans06-eq-parenting-mean-girls.m4a Podcast: Play in new window | Download (17.1MB) Frenemies: Navigating the Stormy Waters of Childhood Friendships Are we doing all we can in helping children navigate difficult relationships? What should or can a parent do when their child gets into a friendship where there is a big power imbalance? What is the fine line between bossy and bullying? How can you…

What Can Parents Learn from Teachers? Raising Humans #18

What Can Parents Learn from Teachers? Raising Humans #18

http://podcast.6seconds.s3.amazonaws.com/RaisingHumans-18-learning-from-teachers.m4a Podcast: Play in new window | Download (9.4MB) How can parents facilitate good conversations with teachers to support their child’s learning?What can parents learn from teachers about how to extend learning outside the classroom? In this short Raising Humans podcast, May Duong, Direct of Parent Education for Six Seconds, talks with Brian Lucette. Brian is…

Raising Humans #13-Reducing Academic Stress

Raising Humans #13-Reducing Academic Stress

http://podcast.6seconds.s3.amazonaws.com/RaisingHumans-13-eq-parenting-college-bound-seniors.m4a Podcast: Play in new window | Download (17.3MB) Academic stress. Those two words describe a big minefield when it comes to parenting. How can parents and educators instill and support a love of learning, while downplaying messages of competition and conditional approval? A few years back, a friend’s five year old announced he planned on…

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