In five minutes or less, get powerful strategies for effective parenting. Dr. van Ingen illustrates evidence-based parenting strategies through stories and clear-cut examples.
United States
47 episodes
since Oct, 2015


Many parents inquire about "encouraging disagreement."  It might sound better if I emphasize "allowing disagreement."  Many ask, "What does that mean?" The new generation of healthy families consists of multiple ideas and perspectives.  If teens don't feel heard, they feel shut down.  If pre-teens aren't respected, you come across as a tyrant.  If young children aren't encourage to think on their own, their ability to think for themselves is dimnished.  These individuals might then be easily moved and manipulated by a charismatic personality, for example.   This podcast discusses key aspects of respectful disagreement in the family. See Dr. Dan's new book - https://www.amazon.com/dp/1935576062/?tag=medrounpublic-20#customerReviews
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