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Erin Royer, LA's go-to expert on all things parenting and child development for today’s common challenges, covers way more than just discipline. She dives into topics such as self-esteem, development and health, modern parenting issues and even education. Erin is not just knowledgeable but also relatable, warm, and sometimes even funny. https://www.yourvillageonline.com
 
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Erin dives deep into emotions, both for our kids and our own, to give and do our best to help our kids and ourselves become the most emotionally intelligent versions of ourselves. She talks about kids who clam up and don't like to share or talk about emotions as well as those with bigger-than-life reactions and how to work with both, as well as how…
 
In this episode Erin shares a dilemma she faced about how to handle a situation with her daughter, sharing with her listeners how sometimes parenting is convoluted and complicated just like all human relationships. She shares what she weighed in her mind as she did her best to make what she hoped would be the best choice for her daughter. She hopes…
 
A mom wants to know how to avoid power struggles and set a strong foundation for connection and communication even with her very young (9 month old) daughter, since a lot of the positive discipline tools cannot be implemented this early. Is it possible? What should she do to stay out of a power struggle over things her baby shouldn't be doing, tryi…
 
What do you do when you and your parenting partner have different parenting styles? Although this question comes from a divorced mom, Erin answers this question for any parents, living together or not on how to build bridges and come together and when to allow each other to parent differently. Then she covers how to address parental guilt, because …
 
A mom has been diligently working with her almost 3 year old on his social skills for play date interactions. Yet her son is still struggling with some aggressive reactions when things don't go his way. With some great information and descriptions, Erin covers this topic and then finds some simple tweaks this mom can make to really turn these inter…
 
A mom wants to know how to handle it when her 3 year old responds aggressively towards his toddler younger brother without making the attention to the unwanted behavior feel like it's rewarding the behavior. Erin discusses this common toddler challenge but also brings in some new information and perspective on this common issue, in a way she hasn't…
 
If you are dealing with power struggles any time of day, this is the episode for you. Erin covers some specific tips for this hour-long morning power struggle with which a mom is dealing. Then she covers some great tips and guidelines for solving almost any common power struggle! Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/parenting-beyond-disc…
 
What do you do when you are simply overwhelmed with your preschooler's behavior? How can you get this turned around so that you can have better days? Erin starts with some really important basics like working with high needs babies & kids, addressing temperament and four easy to implement positive discipline tools to get things turned around quickl…
 
Toddlers do strange things. These things seem outright rude, disrespectful and mean. But what are they really thinking? Learn about what toddlers are really thinking about when engage in these behaviors and how you can help them learn to do better. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/parenting-beyond-discipline/exclusive-content Adverti…
 
There are times when short term parenting is the best option and times when long term is the focus. Learn what your long term focuses are at each at each stage of development and therefore how to best balance the long term and short term parenting. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/parenting-beyond-discipline/exclusive-content Adverti…
 
A mom is worried that her young toddlers more pronounced separation anxiety may be causing more harm than good when she leaves him at daycare/preschool. Erin gives great information on development at his age and how it can weigh the decision of how to best handle this case of separation anxiety, along with a progression of steps to help this little…
 
We ALL experience parental guilt over one area or another where we feel like we might be falling short (aka being imperfect or human!) How do we allow ourselves to be OK with our life circumstances, allow our kids to struggle at times or not be 100% perfectly tuned in all the time and let go of the guilt? Erin answers a question for a mom dealing w…
 
What do you do when you have one very high needs/high maintenance child and one very easy going child? How do you make sure the mellow child gets his/her needs met if they are so quiet and the other is so demanding of attention? Erin covers the tips, pitfalls and ways to make sure your quieter child gets his/her needs met. Then a question that brin…
 
What do you do with a child who is constantly trying to control everything? Or even just anything that isn't meant for them to control? All toddlers and preschoolers want some level of control (and tweens/teens is another push) and often times it's more than is really warranted. It's not even uncommon for young children to try to control siblings a…
 
Erin covers A LOT in this one episode. Erin dives deep into a question about misbehavior in some different ways than before. She discusses respectful parenting - what it is and what it is not, nighttime parenting versus daytime parenting, tips for moving siblings into the same room and tips for introducing change to kids. Phew! That's a lot of topi…
 
Do you find your toddler, child or teen dealing with fears and/or anxiety and aren't sure how to help them? In this episode, Erin talks about what are normal fears and anxieties in children and how steps and tips for helping children work through these common emotions, as well as when to seek outside assistance. Then Erin covers a new tool for todd…
 
Some things we do as parents seem fun, but can something seemingly innocuous be a detriment to our child's development of their full and unique selves? Erin discusses a post from a fellow parenting expert that really got parents talking, some agreeing and many disagreeing with the post. Erin weighs in with her thoughts on whether or not their are d…
 
Erin answers a question about can we teach our toddlers/kids to say "no" to us? If so, how do we go about doing this so that they can learn to do it appropriately and respectfully, especially with toddlers? Then Erin talks about ADHD, the signs and symptoms, when and how to get an assessment, other things of which to be aware, treatment options, an…
 
Big meltdowns? Big power struggles? We know toddlers can behave irrationally as can preschoolers. How much is normal? How much is too much? When should they outgrow this? At what point should a parent consider assessments and outside intervention to get their child back on track? Erin covers what a "normal" meltdowns and tantrums and when things, e…
 
Erin gives great insights and tips into a 6 1/2 year old's big meltdowns and feelings. Is it normal at 6 1/2? What can this mom do to help her child learn to calm down easier and better and work through these big feelings? This question segues perfectly into the discussion about our own temperamental traits versus our children's and how to recogniz…
 
Erin shares a BRAND new discipline tool she's never talked about before that can help circumvent power struggles. Then she discusses high needs babies (toddlers & children) What we mean by 'high-needs' the five traits and what they look like in high-needs and therefore why parenting a young child with this personality type can be so stressful along…
 
How do you know the right time to move to a toddler bed? When it is a good time what is the best way to go about it to minimize the crazy bedtime chase or power struggle to stay in bed? Learn some great tips for dealing with this milestone. Then Erin shares her wisdom and insights for setting a family foundation that benefits everyone, not just the…
 
For many young children they have now been home almost 24/7 with parents for their entire lives, as far as they remember. That's a lot of bonding time, but also can present more challenges with a getting used to daycare and preschool. Some school age kids may have their challenges when it comes to going back to in-person learning. Erin shares tips …
 
We parents put a lot of pressure on ourselves to do things perfectly, or at least extremely well. But it's OK to make misjudge and make a wrong call. We make mistakes and we learn and we grown. But what do we do when we've potentially misjudged, and set the boundary strongly? Is there ever a time and a way to gracefully back out without setting our…
 
Erin shares her tips for a dad who wants to know if there is a way to fix the middle of the night wakeups with a no cry solution. Next Erin gives guidelines and tips about when to ignore versus when to correct toddler behavior. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/parenting-beyond-discipline/exclusive-content Advertising Inquiries: https…
 
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