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Hand in Hand Parenting: The Podcast

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Hand in Hand Parenting: The Podcast

Hand in Hand Parenting with Elle Kwan and Abigail Wald

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When children's behavior is difficult, parents need support, good information, and practical tools to reduce stress, understand their child's emotions, and build cooperation and warm connection in the family. Join Elle Kwan and Abigail Wald as they share the Hand in Hand Parenting approach with useful examples and stories from real parents like you.
 
Elise Stevens |Career Tactician| Podcaster | Speaker | Facilitator. I work with women in STEM to reinforce within themselves their true value to their team, company and industry. I provide a channel for women’s voices to be heard, supported and embraced in project management. It’s time for women to dream big in the industry, and to know that they can achieve their career goals. I am here to re-ignite the passion and satisfaction that you once had for your career; and to re-connect your team ...
 
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