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Minimum Viable Parenting

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As parents, we have many questions and just about everywhere we turn - someone's got the answer! But how do you tease out what really matters? The MINIMUM VIABLE PARENTING framework is your guide to parenting essentials. This framework is based on simple principles of child development and incorporates deep personal values we hold as parents. This is a podcast about the most essential skills parents need in order to raise children with confidence and intention, rather than based on random advice. Join Julia Pappas, Psychologist and Parent Coach, on the mission towards informed parenting simplicity that works today and brings maximum impact for long-term sustainable relationship with our children. For show notes and more info, please visit:MinimumViableParenting.com

Latest Episodes

038: Encouraging Children to Do Their Best

We all want our children to do well, and when they do not, we look for ways to encourage them. In fact, it is hard not to. Sometimes, we are so eager, we jump ahead of ourselves and are not as helpful as we can be. Sometimes we miss the key ingredients in order to be helpful, like: -- what we already know about our children -- how willing we are to observe their behavior even closer than we previously have -- how able we are to step aside and let the child lead the process of change

24 MIN2018 OCT 23
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038: Encouraging Children to Do Their Best

037: How to Help a Fearful Child

When it comes to resolving fears, some strategies work better than others. It all depends on the type of fear and whether it is short-lived and typical for the child's age, or whether it is more persistent and sometimes even hard to define. We discuss 3 different types of strategies & levels of support: Level 1: Direct Strategies for developmental & information-based fears Level 2: Indirect Strategies for vague & perception-based fears Level 3: Assisted Strategies for persistent fears

24 MIN2018 OCT 9
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037: How to Help a Fearful Child

036: Parenting Styles & Executive Functioning in Children

What does parenting style have to do with it and why does it influence the executive functioning of our children? In today's Episode we get answers to this question and more: - Can we help children develop Executive Functioning skills? - Why does our parenting approach matter? - What are the 3 Parenting Styles? - How does each style impact the development of Executive Functioning? - Which style is the most beneficial for brain development?

29 MIN2018 SEP 25
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036: Parenting Styles & Executive Functioning in Children

035: Executive Functioning - The One Job It Needs To Do

What do you think of when you hear, executive functioning? What comes to mind right away? Executive functioning has been a buzzword for a number of years now, and yet it is still so confusing. In this episode, we are getting to the very core of Executive Functioning. There is only One Thing you need to know about executive functioning that will ease the overwhelm & will help you see its true primary function.

26 MIN2018 SEP 14
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035: Executive Functioning - The One Job It Needs To Do

034: Understanding Childhood Fears

Do you ever get scared? Children do. They get scared all the time. It’s part of their development, which comes as a hallmark of maturing brain & their ever-expanding cognition. Though all the learning that our children do is exciting, the fear of the many unknown things around them is no fun. How do we help them? Would it be helpful to tell them that we are not afraid? Would this help them see that there is nothing to worry about? What would give our children confidence? What tools work?

25 MIN2018 JUL 4
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034: Understanding Childhood Fears

033: Keeping Your Calm As a Parent

What to do if you tend to get so frustrated with your child that you lose your cool? Do you need a solution for those moments when you are just ready to explode? In this episode, find out: ​ - why it often feels that anger is too difficult to control - what to focus on instead of wishing to stop being angry - how to slow down time & ourselves enough space to respond rather than react - how to stretch your continuum of feelings to see more opportunities for a re-set Share this episode with other

22 MIN2018 JUN 6
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033: Keeping Your Calm As a Parent

032: Three Types Of Inconsistent Parenting

Staying consistent in parenting is not easy, especially when the child’s behavior seems erratic and unpredictable. And yet, the only way to settling testing behaviors is the consistency of our response. If we break our own word, it is hard to convince the child we are worth listening to. Spotting inconsistent parenting practices is relatively easy. In this episode we are talking about three types of scenarios that inconsistent parenting fits into and how to act instead.

21 MIN2018 MAY 22
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032: Three Types Of Inconsistent Parenting

031: Double-Standard Parenting

One of the biggest traps of parenting is the double standard parenting.We do not do this intentionally. And yet, we do fall into this trap more often than we would love to admit, perhaps. When we give in and do not hold consistent expectations, we create a double standard. Knowingwhy that happens and what implications double-standard parenting has on child development as a whole, can help us be more mindful of this trap and be proactive in how we interact with our children.

14 MIN2018 MAY 16
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031: Double-Standard Parenting

030: Raising Future-Ready Children

What do future-ready children look like? And if the future is so unpredictable, how can we prepare our children for it? Yes, thinking about the great unknown can cause a lot of anxiety. But here is the good news: Not only is there a set of skills and abilities that will matter down the road no matter what the future looks like, but these are also the things we can do today.

19 MIN2018 APR 25
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030: Raising Future-Ready Children

029: Parenting With The Future in Mind

It is not easy to parent a child, especially in this century. With so many changes in how we live today & not knowing what we need to prepare our children for, it can be anxiety provoking. One of the ways we deal with that anxiety is by clinging onto what we think we can control -- our children. But what happens when we try to control our children from the place of our own fear is that we become rigid and narrow minded.

19 MIN2018 APR 18
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029: Parenting With The Future in Mind

Latest Episodes

038: Encouraging Children to Do Their Best

We all want our children to do well, and when they do not, we look for ways to encourage them. In fact, it is hard not to. Sometimes, we are so eager, we jump ahead of ourselves and are not as helpful as we can be. Sometimes we miss the key ingredients in order to be helpful, like: -- what we already know about our children -- how willing we are to observe their behavior even closer than we previously have -- how able we are to step aside and let the child lead the process of change

24 MIN2018 OCT 23
Comments
038: Encouraging Children to Do Their Best

037: How to Help a Fearful Child

When it comes to resolving fears, some strategies work better than others. It all depends on the type of fear and whether it is short-lived and typical for the child's age, or whether it is more persistent and sometimes even hard to define. We discuss 3 different types of strategies & levels of support: Level 1: Direct Strategies for developmental & information-based fears Level 2: Indirect Strategies for vague & perception-based fears Level 3: Assisted Strategies for persistent fears

24 MIN2018 OCT 9
Comments
037: How to Help a Fearful Child

036: Parenting Styles & Executive Functioning in Children

What does parenting style have to do with it and why does it influence the executive functioning of our children? In today's Episode we get answers to this question and more: - Can we help children develop Executive Functioning skills? - Why does our parenting approach matter? - What are the 3 Parenting Styles? - How does each style impact the development of Executive Functioning? - Which style is the most beneficial for brain development?

29 MIN2018 SEP 25
Comments
036: Parenting Styles & Executive Functioning in Children

035: Executive Functioning - The One Job It Needs To Do

What do you think of when you hear, executive functioning? What comes to mind right away? Executive functioning has been a buzzword for a number of years now, and yet it is still so confusing. In this episode, we are getting to the very core of Executive Functioning. There is only One Thing you need to know about executive functioning that will ease the overwhelm & will help you see its true primary function.

26 MIN2018 SEP 14
Comments
035: Executive Functioning - The One Job It Needs To Do

034: Understanding Childhood Fears

Do you ever get scared? Children do. They get scared all the time. It’s part of their development, which comes as a hallmark of maturing brain & their ever-expanding cognition. Though all the learning that our children do is exciting, the fear of the many unknown things around them is no fun. How do we help them? Would it be helpful to tell them that we are not afraid? Would this help them see that there is nothing to worry about? What would give our children confidence? What tools work?

25 MIN2018 JUL 4
Comments
034: Understanding Childhood Fears

033: Keeping Your Calm As a Parent

What to do if you tend to get so frustrated with your child that you lose your cool? Do you need a solution for those moments when you are just ready to explode? In this episode, find out: ​ - why it often feels that anger is too difficult to control - what to focus on instead of wishing to stop being angry - how to slow down time & ourselves enough space to respond rather than react - how to stretch your continuum of feelings to see more opportunities for a re-set Share this episode with other

22 MIN2018 JUN 6
Comments
033: Keeping Your Calm As a Parent

032: Three Types Of Inconsistent Parenting

Staying consistent in parenting is not easy, especially when the child’s behavior seems erratic and unpredictable. And yet, the only way to settling testing behaviors is the consistency of our response. If we break our own word, it is hard to convince the child we are worth listening to. Spotting inconsistent parenting practices is relatively easy. In this episode we are talking about three types of scenarios that inconsistent parenting fits into and how to act instead.

21 MIN2018 MAY 22
Comments
032: Three Types Of Inconsistent Parenting

031: Double-Standard Parenting

One of the biggest traps of parenting is the double standard parenting.We do not do this intentionally. And yet, we do fall into this trap more often than we would love to admit, perhaps. When we give in and do not hold consistent expectations, we create a double standard. Knowingwhy that happens and what implications double-standard parenting has on child development as a whole, can help us be more mindful of this trap and be proactive in how we interact with our children.

14 MIN2018 MAY 16
Comments
031: Double-Standard Parenting

030: Raising Future-Ready Children

What do future-ready children look like? And if the future is so unpredictable, how can we prepare our children for it? Yes, thinking about the great unknown can cause a lot of anxiety. But here is the good news: Not only is there a set of skills and abilities that will matter down the road no matter what the future looks like, but these are also the things we can do today.

19 MIN2018 APR 25
Comments
030: Raising Future-Ready Children

029: Parenting With The Future in Mind

It is not easy to parent a child, especially in this century. With so many changes in how we live today & not knowing what we need to prepare our children for, it can be anxiety provoking. One of the ways we deal with that anxiety is by clinging onto what we think we can control -- our children. But what happens when we try to control our children from the place of our own fear is that we become rigid and narrow minded.

19 MIN2018 APR 18
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029: Parenting With The Future in Mind
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