Dr. Mogel shares her take on potty training: teaching children self-sufficiency and the value of ordinary work.
Dr. Mogel discusses how to talk to young children about death of pets and relatives, and explains how even a small child can write a eulogy.
Dr. Mogel reflects on how children, as they grow, challenge and bless parents in different ways.
Dr. Wendy Mogel talks about how children excel at different things and how parents can nurture these talents and help their children to gain self-esteem. In this podcast, she highlights how it is not important that children excel at everything, but the importance lies in how parents facilitate the talents that their children do have.
Dr. Mogel discusses how to prepare children for the world by NOT overprotecting them.
Learn how to keep your child from becoming a bully and what the roles of parents and schools are in preventing and mediating bullying incidents.
Hear a fascinating story of how a mom turned around the oppositional behavior of her young son by acknowledging his negative feelings, instead of trying to "fix" them.
Hear about the philosophy of teaching children how to become mensches so that they will conduct their lives with strength and dignity.
Learn about the effective method of problem solving, and how even for quite young children, being part of the solution is profoundly empowering.
Learn about the techniques, challenges, and rewards of keeping the conversation about God open with our children.