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Success for the School year! - A DIRECTORY of Everything a Parent needs to know for getting back into the school year routine
We've jammed-packed everything in this directory for what a Parent needs to know to start this school year off right! A super collection of our top articles, radio interviews and blogs all put together here for YOU! Enjoy learning about nag-free mornings, drop offs, anxiety, prepping & planning!
OH NO!! Summer is OVER!! Now we are starting to transition back to School! This change alone can be challenging for many children and adults never mind all the other things that go along with that change; after school sports, school supply shopping, homework, playdates, cooler weather!! Not to worry, we have the solution for you right here in the latest Fall issue of the UrbanBaby & Toddler magazine (pg. 12).
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A Mom's hilarious rant about School Supply Shopping! Global National News featuring Julie Romanowski provides TIPS to ease the burden
The dreaded SCHOOL SUPPLY SHOPPING! We've narrowed it down to a list, a plan and a meeting. Read the whole article here on Global News National featuring Julie Romanowski, children's behaviour & discipline specialist.
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CBC RADIO featuring Julie Romanowski with Gloria Macarenko discussing how to prepare for the 'Back to School' transition
Is it okay for kids to watch the news and hear about the negative stuff going on out there?
In times of tragedy, like bombings, shootings, terrorism, murders or accidents, it is challenging to stay positive. We can be easily be inundated by intense fear, deep sadness and confusion. It can easily end up taking a negative spiral that effects everyone. Adults, children, families and communities all over the world may be left with an overwhelming feeling of helplessness and hopelessness. I take comfort each and every time in these difficult situations when I think of the words of the graceful and humble Mr. Rogers…..I always look for the ‘helpers’.
It’s important to discuss these negative situations with children in age-appropriate ways so that they can build the skills at an early age on how to learn to cope with stressful and difficult situations. Focus on what kids can do or can't do, what's okay and not okay. Most children are naturally good at ‘helping’ others and using Mr. Rogers’ example is one that kids can really resonate with.
Watch the 1 minute video on his inspiring message to the world. Share it with the kids……
Talking to young kids about Apps, Social Media, screen time & mental health - Global National News article featuring Julie Romanowski
Most kids are on some sort of device these days engaging in a variety of Apps, games and sites. This informative article written by Arti Patel from Global National News featuring Julie Romanowski, provides awareness on this critical topic that seems to be effecting this generation and that involves big players such as Instagram and YouTube.
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Parenting with a sick child in the family - Global National News online article featuring Julie Romanowski
The heartache of living through an illness with in the family can be extremely difficult with many challenges to face. This article describes a family's journey from near-death to miracle. Julie provides some helpful insight for Parents on how to best navigate through a difficult situation.
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You know it's about to happen and the temptation to run for the hills or hide under the bed is very high however, this is the #1 way to connect with your kids and turn the tantrum spiral into one of the greatest learning opportunities out there! You will need to be equipped with the understanding of the tantrum process and the techniques to navigate through correctly. Here are 3 tips to remember:
Reacting emotionally will make things worse, remain the 'leader' in the situation and let your kids know that their reactions and behaviour do not effect you.
Tantrums are challenging however they are a natural part of development. It's okay to happen, avoid trying to 'stop' them but rather manage them.
Allow the tantrum to run it's course, it will look different for every child and every situation. Expression of emotion is okay but hitting/lashing out is not okay. Correct the negative behaviour inside the tantrum when things have cooled down....it's okay to wait for this part to take place when connection has re-established.
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Communication is a critical part of our child's success in life but how do we accomplish teaching this goal to encourage our children to build skills in this area? We've got 6 TIPS to share with you as well as actual phrases you can use RIGHT NOW!
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Parenting Catch Phrases to keep in you Pocket! - Today's Parent Magazine Article featuring Julie Romanowski, Feb. 2017
Sometimes all it takes is the right words to smooth over a potentially explosive or challenging situation! We've provided some AWESOME key phrases to keep in your back pocket to keep the peace for the times when you need it the most.
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Sometimes you just need a listening ear. No judgement. No rescue. No fix. Just listen. This kind of EMOTIONAL SUPPORT is what we have included as part of our services, whenever you need it. Parenting is a hard job with very little validation and support but it doesn't have to feel overwhelming or difficult. Reach out and let us know when you want to talk. We are always here for YOU! Visit our CONTACT US page.
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One-on-one COACHING makes all the difference in terms of how successful you may be as well as how quickly you will start to see results. Just like a personal trainer at the gym; we now know WHAT to do but we are not always motivated to go and do it. Also, it can be really hard to think clearly when there is so much going on in life.
Having someone show you so you can SEE the techniques and then FEEL what it's like for yourself, can make all the difference. Most people benefit from this specific method. Start with contacting us for a consultation and we can set up a time to COACH you through the key areas you are finding challenging. Read more here >>>>>
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ROUNDHOUSE RADIO 98.3 interview with Jody Vance discussing getting back into routine with kids, negative behaviour & consequences!
Joined Jody Vance IN STUDIO at the incredible ROUNDHOUSE RADIO 98.3 VANCOUVER to discuss an array of topics on how Parents can get their kids back into the routine after the busy holiday season. Learn some key tips on consequences, unruly behaviour, picky eaters and role modelling. We've got so much more to talk about!!!
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Being a Parent can be hard work and it takes a lot of energy, creativity, understanding and patience to care for children on a daily basis. Learn how to ease this important role by reading through our articles that discuss hot topics such as negative behaviour, seasonal holiday tips as well as important issues like sleep & tantrums.
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Controlling Christmas Chaos - for both Parents & Kids! Roundhouse Radio interview with Julie Romanowski
Last minute advice for the Christmas Celebrations that are taking place in just a few days!!! Listen to the radio interview with Julie Romanowski on ROUNDHOUSE RADIO 98.3 VANCOUVER! Learn how to ENJOY the excitement instead of getting overwhelmed by it.
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Today's Parent Magazine Christmas Celebrations Article featuring Julie Romanowski ("Miss Behaviour") Discussing holiday tantrums, late nights and sugar highs!
Holidays are fabulous and a great excuse to celebrate with friends & family but sometimes kids don't have the same agenda as their Parents. We discuss everything from holiday tantrums, late night parties and super sugar-highs that kids behaviour sky-rockets on!! Learn ways for everyone to cope successfully this holiday season.
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The holiday season is here and the whirlwind of activities, events, tasks and celebrations are upon us. We've got you covered with these KEY TIPS that we reveal during the CKNW NEWS TALK 980 radio discussion called "Navigate through the holidays well!!" with Jody Vance and Julie Romanowski. Planning for Success can go a long way when it comes to a busy time of year.
STRESS FREE HOLIDAY PACAKGE - Today's Parent Magazine Article featuring Julie Romanowski (Miss Behaviour: parenting coach & consultant services)
Want a HAPPY HOLIDAY this year? Julie Romanowski has you covered with her BETTER NOT POUT article in the Today's Parent Magazine! Tips, techniques, hacks and more for Parents to keep the holiday season STRESS FREE this year! Enjoy our magazine article 'snap shot' below and share with all your friends.
Julie Romanowski of Miss Behaviour: parenting coach & consultant services discussing Parenting topics on local Vancouver B.C. radio: CKNW 980, NEWS 1130, REDFM 93.1 & ROUNDHOUSE RADIO 98.3
Julie Romanowski has been sharing her message about how to remain CONNECTED wtih children especially in times of challenging behaviour as well as how to respectfully teach children the critical skills they need to be successful in this world. Discussing many of these methods, tips and techniques on a variety of topics that Parents absolutely love! We've provided a quick list of all the RADIO RECORDINGS & RADIO SHOW BLOGS below to listen and read at your convenience.
CKNW 980 with Jody Vance
REDFM 93.1 with Harjinder Thind
Kids Who Cut Their Own Hair!! - Today's Parent Magazine featuring Julie Romanowski discussing this very common issue among children
Read TIPS on how not to flip your lid when you have a kid who is 'scissor-happy'. Kids cutting their own hair or the hair of others is very common. Letting them know the expectations and boundaries will help with this issue. Julie Romanowski is featured in the Today's Parent Magazine discussing this topic that so many Parents can relate to.
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Seems like every kid knows exactly what to ASK FOR this holiday already! I'm trying something different and encouraging Parents to help create a 'Christmas List' of GIVING this holiday season with their children. Sit down one evening and start a discussion with the kids about ways that everyone can GIVE BACK this year. Now this doesn't have to be extreme, especially if it's the first time but there are some simple things we can all do with in our own families and communities that may be small but have a HUGE IMPACT!
IDEAS FOR GIVING BACK TO OTHERS
-reading someone a book,
-sharing a toy,
-donating clothes or food,
-helping a neighbor
-drying the dishes
-saying 'thank you'
-sharing a smile or hug!
Not sure if your child is enrolled in too many extra-curricular activities? How do you know if it's just too much? We discuss the signs and strategies in helping kids cope with a full schedule as well as how to take some of the pressure off.
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1st Mystery Solved: Getting Kids Out The Door On Time!
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