episode of the podcast, we will be exploring the
often-controversial topic of spanking, by way of a viral video that
I saw this week highlighting the ways in which some parents use
excuses to justify their use of physical discipline. We will delve
into the ways in which these justifications are often
"Every day, in
a hundred small ways, our children ask us...Do you hear me?
Do you see me? Do I matter? And their behavior often reflects
our response." This is a powerful quote by L.R. Knost that
perfectly describes play therapy and what I'm trying to communicate
on this podcast.
I had a
personal reminder the other day about how being outside promotes
restorative sleep. So I tell that story in this episode, and then I
relate it to how much kids are affected by simply getting some
outdoor time, and how that helps the deep sleep cycle. All of this,
in turn, affects everything about kids... their...
We did it! In
this 100th episode of the Play Therapy Parenting podcast, I take a
look back (all the way to 2006!), and a look forward and where I'm
going with everything. In this episode I talk about the following
The 4 most important lessons from the first 100 episodes of