Meltdowns and tantrums; how to find calm in the chaos

Part of the Kinderling Conversation for parents. Weekdays 12pm-1pm.

Fri 3 November 2017

16 mins

Let's face it. When you're a parent or carer chaos can erupt at any and every moment of our day, at least once a day.

Life coach and meditation teacher Amy Taylor-Kabbaz takes us through her top tips to help us through even the most 'trying' of family situations.

From dealing with the morning double drop off, running late, when everyone refuses to pick up their toys, and how to handle multiple meltdowns at the end of the night.

For more on Amy you can hear her speak at One Fine Baby in Sydney at the Royal Hall of Industries at Moore Park. Check out the details here.

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