EtonHouse International x HoneyKids Talks: Respectful Parenting at Home

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It can be challenging managing children’s emotions and guiding them to self-regulate their emotions. Explore the theory of ‘Respectful Parenting’ and how it can help build strong mutually respectful relationships with your child. You’ll learn from experts Denise Teo, Pedagogue at EtonHouse International School, Lisa Marie Hughes, Principal, EtonHouse International School Sentosa and Phua Li Ling, Director of Chapter Zero on this very powerful parenting method and how to put these principles into practice at home, even in the most challenging situations. Find out more in this video we have put together with HoneyKids Asia.
 
 

Source: HoneyKids Asia

What is Respectful Parenting?

Respectful Parenting offers strategies to develop strong and respectful relationships with your children that then form the basis of your relationship with them as they get older. It helps us to develop sustainable practice that helps set positive behaviour that is intrinsically driven. In short, it connects us like no other parenting method can. It also reminds us that our children are individuals with their own thoughts, ideas and personalities that we must value and respect.

How does one practice Respectful Parenting at home?

Wondering how to practice the principles of Respectful Parenting in your own household? This talk will arm you with the thinking, philosophy, and strategies tools to create a strong relationship with your child based on love, trust, connection, and mutual respect with real-life examples and tried-and-tested tips.

You’ll be getting the lowdown from experts Denise Teo, Pedagogue at EtonHouse International School, Lisamarie Huges, Principal at EtonHouse International School Sentosa and Phua Li Ling, Director of Chapter Zero, a social enterprise that supports parents and organises workshops in respectful/mindful and evidence-based parenting.


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