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Dr Jodi Mullen

Freakishly Well-Behaved Kids: Parenting

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Dr. Mullen shares BLISSFUL PARENTING principles for raising freakishly well-behaved kids. She has learned the principles directly from children. Listen in to get straight talk about parenting from a different perspective-- the perspective of children. Change your perspective of parenting and improve your parenting and your relationship with your child!

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Today we are talking about the art of failing, losing, and making mistakes. It is tricky to parent in such a way that children can benefit from their experiences of disappointment and rejection. I will share tips for being the best version of your... more

The challenges of parenting are for real! We have already talked about how much we love our kids especially when they challenge us to be our best version of ourselves. We are faced with new challenges as they age and connect to others... more

It's mental wellness month and we are celebrating what works and recalibrating what does not support our mental wellness. In this episode, we are chatting about the challenges taking care of yourself; your mental health and how that... more

We have more to say about how can you make the holiday time less stressful and more delightful? Welcome to Part 2 where we are chatting about the challenges of the holiday season. We will cover some easy to implement strategies that... more

How can you make the holiday time less stressful and more delightful? In this episode, we are chatting about the challenges of the holiday season. We will cover some easy to implement strategies that will give you AND your children... more

Today I am asking questions about and talking about raising gifted kids with my former student, current friend and colleague Rebecca Marazon. After 12 years as a school psychologist and play therapist working with students 3-21, in 2019... more

Today I am talking about the parenting principle of saying no. It is one of the 20 I address in the book Raising Freakishly Well-Behaved Kids. I will discuss the benfits for children and YOU when you directly apply this principle to the... more

Today I am answering the questions you asked! We compiled the questions you had about children and anger and aggression and today you get the answers! Children need connection when they are angry or acting aggressively, I will... more

Our honest informed conversation focuses on becoming perfectly-whelmed through un- overwhelming. Take a break & pause with us for 30minutes. I am joined by Faye Swett again to get more in depth with becoming... more

Our honest informed conversation will focus on becoming perfectly-whelmed through un- overwhelming ourselves. We may even discuss how to apply some Freakishly Well-Behaved Kids principles to self. Leave the constant hustle... more

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