In this episode, Corey Everrett and I talk about how to help your perfectionist kid. 

From modeling behavior to normalizing imperfection, we cover a wide range of tools and techniques to help you in those hard moments.

Corey is one of the peaceful parenting coaches on my team. Corey Everrett is a certified peaceful parenting coach. She lives in a small-town East of Toronto with her two young children, husband, and rescue pup. Corey helps families find more joy and ease in their daily lives, by empathically empowering parents to better understand themselves and their children.

We cover:

  • [2:40] How to stay calm with kids make mistakes
  • [6:35] Modeling behavior for our kids to learn 
  • [10:10] Why we shouldn’t try and fix what our kids create or do
  • [12:10] Helpful tools for doing the inner work and sharing our own mistakes
  • [14:15] Normalizing imperfection
  • [18:10] The growth mindset behind not being good at everything right away

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