DISCLAIMER: The topics discussed in this podcast should be considered a matter of personal opinion. They do not reflect professional advice. If you or your child is in need of mental health counseling support, please search out a licensed counselor.

 

Today, on the Parent Matters Podcast, I’m answering your questions on parenting – specifically, my perspective on what to do when your child doesn’t want your affection.

Discussed in this episode:

  • How to interpret your child’s developmental responses.
  • 4 things to consider before seeking additional help.
  • How to introduce “feelings anticipation” into conversations with your child.

 

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Susan Stutzman

Susan Stutzman

Owner | Child Therapist | LCPC, RPT

Parenting is hard! But you don’t have to do it alone. I work with children and parents to resolve emotional conflict, cultivate healing, and nurture hope.

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