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8th Happily Family Conference ~ Day 5

Updated: Jan 27, 2020

Day 5 is about practical tools for everyday life…

  • How to connect with our kids.

  • How to fight fairly.

  • How to help them navigate their social world and get through their homework.

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Every day of the conference, five presentations are available for 24 hour starting at 6 a.m. Pacific, January 23-27.  All 25 interviews will be available on replay for FREE on Tuesday, January 28th. You can purchase a lifetime access to the conference videos with closed captioning, transcripts, MP3 audio recordings, and a certificate of participation for just $97 (that’s $100 off) until midnight on Tuesday Jan 28th.

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Featured Speakers on day 5:

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Dr. Tina Payne Bryson is the author of Bottom Line for Baby, and with Dr. Dan Siegel she has co-authored of The Power of Showing Up, The Yes Brain, The Whole Brain Child, and No-Drama Discipline. In this conversation, she talks about how to take a deeper dive with our kids, to see what’s happening beneath the external world of their actions and behaviors. She also explains how we can show up for our kids, even if our own caregiver didn’t really show up for us.

Jason and Cecilia Hilkey have worked professionally with children and families for over 20 years. Together they’ve taught compassionate communication to parents and educators, worked with children with special needs, and even taught together in the same preschool classroom. They founded Happily Family to help parents get support, and have fewer fights and more fun with the kids in their life. Their popular conferences, blog, parent coaching, and classes touch the lives of tens of thousands of people each week. In this conversation, they talk about the emotional and social life of girls. Bonus! Log in the day 5 of the conference to find conversation starters for girls 12-18 years old free download.

Jennifer Miller has worked with educators and families for over 20 years, helping them to become more effective with children through social and emotional learning, with coaching, curriculum development, consultation in Ohio and nationally. She is the author and illustrator of the blog and book, Confident Parents, Confident Kids. In this conversation, she translates the science of parenting into practical and realistic tools for families. This conversation about fighting fairly applies to kids and adults of all ages. Her tools will help any family understand each other, process their feelings and problem solve together. Reassuringly, Jennifer says that “learning happens because of emotions, not in spite of them”.

Cindy Wang Brandt writes about parenting, her evolving faith, and the slow, unseen labor of cultivating the values of hospitality, creativity, equality, social justice, and deep spirituality in the next generation. In her book, Cindy asks, “What if the solution to the world’s complex problems begins in our homes and local communities, by unlearning the patterns with which we have treated children and having the courage to change?” In this conversation, Cindy tells the story about how she shifted in her parenting and we talk about how parenting makes shifts in the world.

Coco Stanback is a Certified ADHD Coach and Certified Provider of Dr. Ross Greene’s Collaborative and Proactive Solutions. She knows that “kids do well when they can; when they can’t it’s because of unsolved problems and lagging skills”. Using Dr. Ross Greene’s CPS model, Coco helps parents identify the unsolved problems and lagging skills their kids might have in school or with homework. Coco talks about what we can do, as parents if we’re scared or attached to the outcome and how we can keep the relationship with our child at the center of our parenting.

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PS. You can get the conference videos with closed captioning, transcripts, MP3 audio recordings, and a certificate of participation for just $97 (that’s $100 off) until midnight on Tuesday Jan 28th.... and don't forget to enter and share the giveaway! We're all in this together...

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