Parenting Beyond Discipline

Sinopsis

Erin Royer-Asrilant, LA's go-to expert on all things parenting and child development for todays common challenges, covers way more than just discipline. She dives into topics such as self-esteem, development and health, modern parenting issues and even education. Erin is not just knowledgeable but also relatable, warm, and sometimes even funny.

Episodios

  • #169: Helping Preschoolers with Big Emotions and Big Reactions

    #169: Helping Preschoolers with Big Emotions and Big Reactions

    05/02/2020 Duración: 27min

    It's no secret that toddlers and preschoolers are prone to emotional outbursts! Some struggle more than others. How do coach and teach your toddler and preschooler with BIG emotions and BIG reactions when it just doesn't seem to be working? When it takes them a long time to calm down or when you try to set a boundary and it just amps everything up? Erin gets into some really good details on this one, that she's never done before!

  • #168: What to Do When a Toddler is Consistenly Too Rough/Aggressive

    #168: What to Do When a Toddler is Consistenly Too Rough/Aggressive

    23/01/2020 Duración: 19min

    What do you do when your toddler continues to be too rough with the family pet? Even after reminders and coaching and setting boundaries around how to handle the pet? How can you keep your pet safe from those rough toddler hands? These tips can also be applied with younger siblings, especially babies when you are wanting to teach your toddler and set boundaries around appropriate behavior with a younger sibling too.

  • #167: Is One Screentime Better Than Another  How to Increase Attention-Span

    #167: Is One Screentime Better Than Another & How to Increase Attention-Span

    18/01/2020 Duración: 20min

    One mom of a young toddler asks when you do need to do a little screentime is one kind better than another? In a second question she asks about what a parent can do to help a child increase attention span? Erin gives some new information on easy and fun ways to increase attention span through play!

  • #166: Separation Anxiety in Older Child  Big Emotions in 4 Year Old

    #166: Separation Anxiety in Older Child & Big Emotions in 4 Year Old

    20/12/2019 Duración: 21min

    We all know that separation anxiety is common in younger ages but how do you help an older child with persistent separation anxiety? Erin answers this question for one mom and also answers another mom's questions about helping her 4 year old with big emotions with several new ideas and tips when coaching just doesn't seem to be helping.

  • #165: Rude Behavior in Social Situations from 4yo  Tips for Holiday Harmony

    #165: Rude Behavior in Social Situations from 4yo & Tips for Holiday Harmony

    12/12/2019 Duración: 23min

    Erin answers a question from a mom wondering how to help her 4 year old exhibit more gracious behaviors in social settings when he refuses to be courteous and polite. Then Erin gives tips on not just surviving holidays but protecting the beauty, love, kindness and sanctity of the season with your family.

  • #164: Dealing with Disrespectful Behavior in 4 year old

    #164: Dealing with Disrespectful Behavior in 4 year old

    05/12/2019 Duración: 30min

    Erin walks through a particularly difficult exchange between a mom and her 4 year old son, with lots of general tips and guidelines as well as specifics for dealing with situations of disrespect as they wind up more and more out of control and how to pull them back.

  • #163: Potty Training Relapse, Toy Possessivness  When Your Child Doesnt Fit the Academic Mold

    #163: Potty Training Relapse, Toy Possessivness & When Your Child Doesn't Fit the Academic Mold

    21/11/2019 Duración: 33min

    A mom of 3 struggles with big time potty regression from her older son after the baby was born, another mum is curious about how to handle public playtime and sharing when her toddler takes toys or older kids (3 and 4) take toys from younger ones. Then Erin shares a bit more about why she moved her kids' schools, what she's learned and the importance of knowing and understanding your child's intellectual strengths and struggles for the best results and least stress for parent and child!

  • #162: Potty Talk  Epic Meltdowns

    #162: Potty Talk & Epic Meltdowns

    15/11/2019 Duración: 20min

    How do you handle potty talk, especially in public? What consequences fit well with this? Also how to do prevent epic meltdowns over common scenarios that present themselves frequently and cannot be avoided? Erin answers these two questions and also talk about how to help kids with death and the grieving process by age, after her family had to confront the death of a beloved family pet.

  • #161: Clingy Toddler  Choices Not Working

    #161: Clingy Toddler & Choices Not Working

    05/11/2019 Duración: 25min

    Is it normal for a toddler to demand attention just when a parent starts a conversation? How do teach your toddler to wait and give opportunities for learning this skill? Then what do you do when choices don't work at all and the response is simply "No!" or "I don't like that" for every choice you offer? Learn how to handle these toddler tactics and Erin's latest parenting growth moments with guiding her 10 year-old learn about making choices that reflect the outcomes he wants.

  • #160: Attention-Seeking, 1 year old Crying Middle-of-the-Night,  Pacifier Weaning

    #160: Attention-Seeking, 1 year old Crying Middle-of-the-Night, & Pacifier Weaning

    29/10/2019 Duración: 19min

    In this 3 Q&A episode: what do you do when your 2 year old makes annoying sounds and behaviors to get attention/get her way with other children? How do you get your 1 year old to stop crying in the middle of the night when only breastfeeding seems to calm him back to sleep? Then what do you do when you have a toddler you want to wean from the pacifier during the day but new baby sibling has one?

  • #159: Bedtime  Middle of the Night Struggles

    #159: Bedtime & Middle of the Night Struggles

    21/10/2019 Duración: 24min

    Erin gives a lot of tips and options to a mom who is struggling with both bedtimes and middle of the night wakeups that are prolonged.

  • #158: Toddler Throwing Cup at Meals  Peeing on Floor Only When Angry

    #158: Toddler Throwing Cup at Meals & Peeing on Floor Only When Angry

    14/10/2019 Duración: 21min

    What do you do with a toddler who throws their cup at mealtimes with such force it explodes milk all over the floor? Erin offers 4 different options for this frustrated mom! Also Erin answers a question about what to do about a toddler who is fully potty trained but deliberately pees on the floor when angry. Lastly Erin talks about her latest and biggest struggle and this one is, in her words, "a doozy!"

  • #157: Toddler Using Bad Word  Potty Training Relapse

    #157: Toddler Using Bad Word & Potty Training Relapse

    03/10/2019 Duración: 21min

    What do you do when a toddler is using a very offensive word, especially in public? What about a toddler who was potty trained and has just reverted completely back to not using the potty at all but doesn't want to go back to pullups either? Erin answers these two questions and then also shares her struggle this week with her intense and persistent 10 year-olds brush with a very disappointing experience and how she dealt with it.

  • #156: How  When to Wean Pacifier  Middle-of-the-Night Wakings

    #156: How & When to Wean Pacifier & Middle-of-the-Night Wakings

    26/09/2019 Duración: 19min

    What do you do when your toddler stops napping or falling asleep at night when you get rid of the pacifier? Also what do you do with a toddler who wakes every night in the middle of the night and disrupts everyone's sleep? Erin answers both of these parenting questions plus some insights from her own week of parenting in this episode.

  • #155: Birthday Parties, Diaper Changes  Phones for Kids

    #155: Birthday Parties, Diaper Changes & Phones for Kids

    13/09/2019 Duración: 18min

    Erin answers 3 questions in this episode, the first on how and when you can engage your child in the process of a "no-gift" birthday party, how to deal with tantrums during diaper changes, and do you get your child a smart phone? If so, when? And also, if how do you deal with the pressure of "all my friends are on this app?" or "all my friends have...?" when it comes to keeping them safe from apps and other activities around smart phones?

  • #154: Tough Mornings  Boys vs. Girls  Stranger Danger

    #154: Tough Mornings & Boys vs. Girls & 'Stranger Danger'

    07/09/2019 Duración: 22min

    How to turn around stressful morning to make them smoother with an uncooperative toddler? Erin gives some great tips on this and then answers questions about what to be aware of about the differences in raising boys and girls and how to teach kids social graces juxtaposed against the concept of 'stranger danger.'

  • #153: Toddler Throwing Toys When Mad  What Responsibilities Can You Expect for 3-Year-Old?

    #153: Toddler Throwing Toys When Mad & What Responsibilities Can You Expect for 3-Year-Old?

    30/08/2019 Duración: 26min

    How do you help a toddler learn better behavior when they throw toys to show their anger? Ignoring has shown improvement but when it could hurt someone, this mom doesn't want to continue to ignore. What responsibilities should a 3 1/2 year be expected to take on? Erin shares a few tasks and how to teach her preschooler about this new expectation, along with a few other tasks she can begin prepping her son to take on in the coming months.

  • #152: Dealing with Toddler Biting  When to Address vs. Ignore a Behavior

    #152: Dealing with Toddler Biting & When to Address vs. Ignore a Behavior

    26/08/2019 Duración: 22min

    What do you do when a toddler uses biting to show negative emotions when coaching does not seem to be working? Then, Erin answers another question about when do you address/fix a behavior and when do you ignore it, when addressing it often times seems to make it worse?

  • #151: Forced Affection, Forced Apologies  Navigating Sibling Relationships

    #151: Forced Affection, Forced Apologies & Navigating Sibling Relationships

    19/08/2019 Duración: 25min

    What do you do when a family member feels compelled to correct your parenting? This episode is full of some great wisdom on common issues such as do you force affection from your kids? How about apologies? All with a complicated background of an adult-sibling relationship that is painful and this mom wants some insight as to how to deal with all of it. Erin gets in deeper in adult-sibling relationships, including her own, and how they can color both how we parent and the filters and beliefs our children can create about sibling relationships.

  • #150: Potty Training Accidents  Communicating When Speech Delayed

    #150: Potty Training Accidents & Communicating When Speech Delayed

    11/08/2019 Duración: 31min

    What do you do when your toddler shows interest and has some success and then is just having more accidents than success on the potty but doesn't want to go back to diapers either? Erin helps a parent assess readiness and gives a plan for addressing this quandary! When your toddler is speech delayed, communication is a struggle. Erin helps a mom with tips for increasing communication even with a speech delay and ways to handle the issues that are coming up due to the barrier.

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