Saturday, May 12, 2018

DIY Radio May 2, 2018

Dr. Sarah Rasmi Joined the show to talk relationships and decisions and what a chat we had, many great lessons.

www.drsarahrasmi.com



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Dr. Sarah Rasmi
http://www.drsarahrasmi.com/
CDA Licensed Psychologist
+971 56 895 2347                      
@DrSarahRasmi

HDS Tower # 403, Cluster F, JLT, Dubai, UAE

We work with parents who need support with a range of family, relationship, and well-being issues, as well as those who want to learn new skills.


This comprehensive service has four stages that are designed to arm you with the tips and tricks you need to overcome the challenges that you are facing at home.

This service consists of a one-hour meeting, conducted either face-to-face or via telephone/Skype. We will answer your questions about parenting, child development, and well-being during this time.
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-Communication in the family!
-issues, stress, work life balance

Co-parenting communication
-how we communicate and the issues, how to keep it balanced, fair


, parents will start arguing over an important or trivial decision concerning the child, even if it happens in front of the child.
Here are some ideas on how to form a good relationship through communication with your child:
  • Firstly, your behaviour is the archetype on which your child will develop their own behaviour.
  • Observe your child’s behaviour as any unexplained change in behaviour is indicative that something has taken place or something is bothering them.
  • Tell your child things that may be obvious or apparent to you, as saying to your child that you love them or feeling proud of them might be obvious to you, but it is certainly not to them, your child will certainly need to hear it.
  • Set aside a part of the day no matter what else you are occupied with and talk to your child about their day.
  • Listen to and respect their opinion. In that way, you are teaching them to respect the opinion of others.
  • Explain to your child any decisions you have taken that concerns them, as children are scared of or become angry at the unknown.
  • Listen to your child and try not to overact to what you hear. Big reactions scare children.
  • Remember that no child wants to upset or hurt their parents, which is why they keep secrets. Create a climate of security and trust through conversation.
Good communication and observation may reveal a number of truths and most importantly, they are an important tool for both preventing and handling of any situation that may arise with your child.

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