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Parenting Anxious Kids with Huddle Wisdom

Parenting Anxious Kids with Huddle Wisdom

Hosted by: Dr Davin Tan - psychiatrist and dad navigating the beautiful mess of life

Parenting anxious kids in modern times is not easy. Learn simple mental models that helps you take the guesswork out. So you feel less exasperated and more connected with your kids. Hosted by Dr Davin Tan...

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Episode 093: The Day I Abandoned My child

Welcome to our podcast, where we delve into the personal journey of a forensic psychiatrist and father who faced his own demons. This is a story of a man who, despite his professional expertise in human behavior,...
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Episode 092: The path to resilience for anxious kids

In this podcast episode, we delve into the rising rates of anxiety in children and explore strategies to counteract these challenges. We discuss the impact of technology, academic pressure, parenting styles, and...
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Episode 091: Dealing with your child's silent treatment!

Parenting is a journey filled with unique challenges, one of which is dealing with the silent treatment from our children. This can be a frustrating situation, but it’s important to remember that it’s not about us,...
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Episode 090: When parenting feels impossible. Pillars and ideas to lean on now.

Parenting is a beautiful journey, but let’s face it—sometimes it feels like an uphill battle. Whether you’re dealing with tantrums, sleepless nights, or teenage rebellion, there are moments when you wonder if you’re...
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Episode 89: Push or Pause: How to Challenge Your Kids Without Stressing Them Out

As a parent, you want your kids to grow up to be confident, resilient, and successful. You want to challenge them to learn new skills, overcome obstacles, and pursue their goals. But you also want to protect them from...
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Episode 088: Stuck in a parenting rut? Try this

In this insightful podcast episode, we delve into the topic of parenting ruts. We discuss the ‘shackles’ that hold parents back and the ‘slippery slopes’ or thinking errors that can lead us astray. We explore the...
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Episode 087: Are you able to reconnect with your child in the middle of a storm?

Connecting or reconnecting with your children while they are in the middle of an emotional storm or meltdown is challenging, especially when your cup is near empty.  So is it possible to connect with them? Of course...
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Episode 086: Understanding emotional meltdowns or storms and what we can do about it

If you're struggling to understand why our kids have meltdowns check this episode out. Working out the reasons why an emotional storm happens is part of the work but it's critical to understand so that we can address...
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Episode 085: You, me and our kids versus the world. When life collides with our lives.

Sometimes it feels like life holds us to ransom. You no longer have to feel that way. We make the hard choices and tough decisions for the betterment of our kids, but risk rupture in relationship too. If however, we...
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Episode 084: How to use praise effectively. No cringe praise!

Learn how to praise your kids in a way that isn't contrived or cringey.  At the same time build their sense of agency without giving them an inflated ego or a need for constant approval.
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Episode 083: BREAKING. mindfulness does not work...for everyone

Read this before leaving work. https://mentalhealth.bmj.com/content/25/3/117 In brief blanket strategies like mindfulness programs don't work for everyone. Why? Because if you fail to connect with someone first, your...
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Episode 082: Effective discipline for oppositional kids starts with understanding these 5 themes

Parenting children through their opposition and defiance can be tough because it pushes our buttons. It can be difficult not to take their resistance personally. But keep the following principles in mind and you'll...
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