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182. Helping Children Navigate Their Emotions

Episode Summary - Helping Children Navigate Their Emotions

This week we tackle a highly desired topic and I brought on a guest expert, Emily Hamblin, ⁠to give us a direct path to helping our children better. Emily Hamblin is a mom to 4 children aged 1-12, former foster mom to 27 kids, and certified teacher that’s worked with more than 1,000 kids across the globe. Working closely with neurodivergent, highly sensitive, and other emotionally intense children has given her the opportunity to apply and develop out-of-the-box, compassionate tools to better help all children to navigate their emotions. She is passionate about helping moms to have more peace at home and better relationships with their child, so their children can have a brighter future.

GUEST MENTIONS: To access the free download mentioned on the podcast- "Why is my child melting down?", click HERE. And to learn more about Emily and the wonderful work she is doing, you can find her website HERE where you can also find links to connect with her on Instagram and Facebook

If you are interested in joining The Raising Emotionally Healthy Families Summit that will run August 14-28, 2023, CLICK HERE to sign up

Episode Notes: 

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