Why we all need to flick our “strength switch”

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

Mon 29 May 2017

13 mins

Dr. Lea Waters says that strength-based parenting is all about flicking a switch in our brain, so that we can parent our kids from a positive space.

This, she believes, is the key to raising strong children who can rely on their own skills with confidence. 

For more information on Lea's book and research, head to her website.

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