It's Part 4 of our Holiday How-To Guide, and in this episode we're giving you practical strategies for managing the (often) dreaded downtime during Christmas!
You know how this goes. It's the school year, and it it certainly has its own struggles. The constant on-the-go of Monday through Friday, and then sports, church, and get-togethers sprinkled in makes the grind a bit exhausting. But it's structured. It's routine. What do you do when that changes and you're suddenly in the middle of Christmas break, with little to no routine, and the meltdowns are starting to arise? On today's episode we're answering that very question.
Christmas is less than a week away and we're continuing our podcast series called The Holiday How-To Guide. Have you ever wondered how to successfully navigate those sometimes difficult extended family gatherings? In this episode we're giving you some practical strategies to do just that!
The Holiday season can bring up lots of memories, feelings of loss, or anxiety for our children. Those emotions can quickly lead to triggered behavior. But how do you recognize the triggers and respond to them appropriately?
We can mark our calendars every year. October 31st until January 2nd are going to be...interesting, to say the least. Lots of overstimulation, mixed with anxiety, mixed with big expectations, mixed with let down, and memories of loss. It's a massive cocktail stirring within our children. In our latest podcast episode we discuss strategies you can use to not only recognize the triggers before they go off, but respond in a way that brings healing and connection this holiday season. Listen to the episode now...