How to raise amazing kids ?
Want to develop your parenting skills and learn how to raise amazing kids ? Then this course is for you.
Neuroscience for Parents is based on the NBA – the Neurocognitive and Behavioral Approach. Basically, what the NBA does, is studying how the brain works and its impact on human behavior.
We all know parenting can be hard sometimes. The thing is, kids aren’t adults and their brains are different as well. They react differently, and need different things. Some activities are helpful, others not so much. We will go from the newborn baby to the young adult. I will give you the keys to understand why your child is behaving in a certain way, and more importantly, how to react to it. I will help you grow their self esteem, develop a stable world view, foster their natural talents, help them deal with bullying and peer pressure.
We will cover some fascinating studies about parenting, some do’s and don’ts, some tips and tricks, and we will be busting some common myths about parenting as well. You’ll learn when to stay firm and when to be lenient, how to stay calm when you’re about to loose it, and much more. The course is packed with concrete real life information. I’m a father of two myself, and my two kids are an endless source of inspiration and anecdotes that I’ll share with you,
What You’ll learn ?
- Understand why my children act the way they do, based on their active brain structure and development of the brain
- Understand the impact of my parenting style
- Adapt my communication and reactions based on the children’s active brain structure
- React appropriately when my child is under stress
- Grow my children’s self esteem
- Help my children develop a stable world view
- Help my child develop a more efficient study method
- Foster the natural talents of my children
- Remain calm when it seems we’re in the middle of a battlefield
Offer Price: $10
Original Price: $70
Title: Neuroscience for parents: How to raise amazing kids
Author: Gregory Caremans – Brain Academy
Genre: IT / Machine Learning