Sarah MacLaughlin is a social worker and a human development nerd. She helps parents (and others who interact with children) show up authentically and model great communication skills and EQ. Sarah is writing her second book, Raising Humans With Heart: Not a How-To Manual, and it's now available for preorder for a limited time. How we interact with children can change the world—you definitely want to get your hands on this book! Order yourself a copy and share the link to help spread the word.
Parent educator Sarah MacLaughlin is writing a new book, Raising Humans With Heart: Not a How-To Manual. Here's the good & the bad news: our kids are always watching us. Let's focus on what's important: who WE are and how that affects our relationships with children. This book brings into focus who you are as a person and parent, and how that affects your relationships with children. The parenting we know best is the parenting we received—and that's worth unpacking! What if self-awareness and personal development were the ways to improve your family life? It is possible that building emotional intelligence and self-regulation skills will create a more peaceful home. Sometimes a reminder about child development or a tip about communication will shift the dynamic and help you get out of your own way.