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December 9, 2017
There are many toys that build IQ and many that build CQ (Creative Intelligence). Why is it so crucial for parents to introduce their kids to toys that build EQ? Listen to my interview on the Jennifer Campbell show why toys that build Emotional Intelligence will prepare your kids for their best life now and […]
November 4, 2017
Jennifer Campbell from the Jennifer Campbell Radio Show interviewed me recently on the Spanking. If you’ve ever felt, “Hey, I was spanked and I turned out ok”, then take a listen and find out why we need to get rid of this outdated practise. “     Click Here to Subscribe to the Podcast via […]
April 4, 2017
When kids have conflicts (friends and siblings) it can create such divides that parents feel like they are always stepping in and needing to resolve the issue and lead to some pretty unhappy kids. This can create tension on your adult friendships as both kids struggle to find a way through their conflict without whining […]
February 28, 2017
Do you apologize too much? Not enough? I rarely apologize anymore. Instead, I found something way more effective in my marriage and with my kids. This is the advanced way of saying I’m sorry. I know this is going to work much better for you to repair conflicts quickly. Click Here to Subscribe to the […]
December 27, 2015
If you’ve ever wanted to change the entire family dynamic for the better, one of the surest ways to get there is holding Family Meetings. It’s a fun, engaging, effective way to create harmony between you and the kids, lower yours and your kids stress levels and create a connection with your kid/s that feels […]
December 27, 2015
In this short talk, I share a powerful way to handle situations where your child wants you (not needs you) and you are busy working on something important.  It’s been one of the most effective tips I can offer for helping kids discover their own passion while you pursue yours. Click Here to Subscribe to […]
December 27, 2015
As parents we tend to resort to two modes of motivation. We get louder and louder till our kids do what we want/ask We use some version of reward or punishment, we bribe or threaten. Deep inside you know that this change in behaviour is momentary, there is no deep internal dialogue and understanding achieved, […]
December 27, 2015
I’m often asked by parents what exactly is EQ  or Emotional Intelligence and why is it so important to my child’s success. In this podcast, if you are not quite sure what this means to you and your child, then I’m going to introduce you to this vital skill set that affects every meaningful aspect of […]
December 27, 2015
In this particular podcast episode you will learn: How to create deep trust and intimacy consistently Become a parent who can calm your kids down Get your kids to listen Have your kids share absolutely everything about their life openly and often, without boundaries Click Here to Subscribe to the Podcast via iTunes Click Here […]
December 12, 2015
Kids whining or sounding victimized is something that is learned. Kids do it because they see that it works. In this episode Rhea teaches you the trick to raising kids who ask for what they want in a more useful and productive way… so your kids can powerfully create the life they want. Let us […]
December 12, 2015
How do you discipline your children? Most often discipline gets mixed up with punishment. In this episode Rhea shares how you can guide your children in the areas they need to, while keeping calm and staying emotionally connected with your kids. Listen in as Rhea shares a great way to discipline kids without feeling any […]
November 26, 2015
In this podcast I share the 2 most important skills sets in parenting, how to take perspectives and how to let go of our ego. You will get a glimpse of the havoc ego plays and what to do when we feel our ego is running the show. I will also share the value of […]
October 8, 2015
One of our goals as parents is to raise calm and happy kids, often times  we make mistakes in the moments when our children are at their most vulnerable. In this episode, Rhea reminds us that it’s completely normal and acceptable for children to feel the emotions that are considered “negative” by society. Give your […]
September 30, 2015
Parents must guard against anything that would result in our children developing feelings of being less loved than their siblings. The life long costs of sibling rivalry is huge and can occur in very subtle ways we aren’t even aware of.  In this episode, Rhea shares some highly effective tips and techniques on how we […]
November 18, 2014
In this podcast you will learn how to help kids get out of a “victim” mindset and learn how to self soothe. This skill is key if you want kids who represent their needs in a way that serves them long term and allows them to experience power over their feelings. Listen in if you […]
October 19, 2014
Parents say they don’t play favorites but the research shows that often is not true. Favoritism when played consciously or  unconsciously can create an immense amount of pain, resentment and fighting between siblings which can last for a lifetime.  Listen in as I outline why favoritism is so damaging and the subtle and unconscious things […]
October 7, 2014
Mantra’s can be words, sounds or phrases you say to yourself. It’s a form of self talk that your child does daily which builds focus, self esteem and is extremely empowering. It’s also a way to build in a beautiful and fun ritual that your kids will thank you for in years to come. In […]
September 30, 2014
As parents we don’t always have the presence of mind to stop any arguments or disagreements we have with others,  in the presence of our kids.  Depending on the situation, shielding our kids can to them a dis-service. Allowing kids to see some conflict has been proven to be highly beneficial and if they are […]
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