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As a mom raising a child with dyslexia, you may feel like you have to be perfect and not make any parenting mistakes. That’s what society wants you to think ~ do this, do that, and it will all be ok. But, we are raising actual human beings. An individual who has thoughts, feelings, and (lots of) emotions. Let me (and Meghan) give you a permission slip to practice imperfect parenting with an emphasis on common sense, empathy, and laughter. Refreshing? Right?

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Today’s Guest

Meghan Leahy

Meghan Leahy is the author of Parenting Outside the Lines: Forget the Rules, Tap into Your Wisdom, and Connect with Your Child, the On Parenting columnist for The Washington Post, and a certified parenting coach. She is the mother of three daughters, so she gets it (struggles of parenting)!

You’ll Learn

  • Why building a relationship with your child is essential and a daily work in progress
  • Helping your child create a soft heart
  • What happens when your brain becomes stressed
  • Using sticky notes (and phone alarms) as reminders as to how you want to show up today
  • Why and how to “welcome the hard”
  • Importance of community and why you need one
  • Why and how to apologize to our children

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