Ep #58 Michaeleen Doucleff & Hunt, Gather, Parent
Today's episode is a gem with Michaeleen Doucleff, PhD and New York Times bestselling author.
Michaeleen's incredible book Hunt, Gather, Parent was written after traveling to three continents with her then 3-year-old daughter, Rosy. Maya, Inuit, and Hadzabe families showed her how to tame tantrums, motivate kids to be helpful, and build children’s confidence and self-sufficiency.
One of my favorite parenting books, I am thrilled to share this convo with you. We sit down to talk about key points, Michaeleen tells examples beyond the book, and how she sees the efficacy of applying the work - with her emotionally intelligent now 7 year old daughter as living evidence.
We touch upon:
Cultivating belonging, competence, & autonomy
Building connectedness & decreasing conflict
Benevolence of child motivations
Let us know what you are taking away to play with in the comments below!
Stay connected with Michaeleen by email - firstname.lastname@example.org
May this episode be inspiration on your journey of
Revolutionizing Family with Her as Origin.
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