NBC Universal’s Education Nation “Parent Toolkit” Features Blog Article by CPCK’s Author, Jennifer Miller


NBC Universal’s Education Nation “Parent Toolkit” published an article today by Jennifer Miller on their blog entitled “A Better Version of Yourself.” It highlights what you can do as a parent to deal with anger and anxiety in the heat of the moment with your children.

From “A Better Version of Yourself“:

As parents, we will all have our share of times when we lose our “cool” and are thoroughly uncertain about what to do next. Handling your most heated emotions can be one of the greatest tests of character. But if we have established a plan in advance to deal with anger or anxiety, we will not only act with emotional intelligence, but also model the ways in which we hope to teach our children to handle their emotions.

Click on this link to view the full article. Also, while you are visiting http://www.parenttoolkit.com, check out the rest of the site. There are academic and health and wellness developmental indicators by grade level. You can look up your child’s grade and gain ideas for supporting them in their physical and academic development.

And coming soon — the social and emotional development section should be released sometime in mid-October.

One Comment on “NBC Universal’s Education Nation “Parent Toolkit” Features Blog Article by CPCK’s Author, Jennifer Miller

  1. Have you “liked” Jennifer’s FB page so that you can repost her blogs?
    This one below is posted on NBC Universal’s Education Nation Parent Toolkit ☺

    Wendy Cole-Wester | Social and Emotional Learning Program Specialist
    United Way of Greater Toledo
    424 Jackson St. | Toledo, OH 43604
    Phone: 419-254-4629 | Mobile: 419-944-0468

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