Teaching Kids How to Lose Gracefully
In this video, child Psychiatrist Dr. Sarah Klagsbrun (Dr. K), discusses why children have a hard time losing, how to teach children to make mistakes and still feel good about themselves and helpful verses not helpful responses to your child when they loose. She also talks about how to deal with your child cheating, whether you should you ever let you child win on purpose and how to handle your child wanting to quit in the middle of a game. Join Dr. K in this segment to learn better ways to help your child lose, make mistakes and still feel good about themselves.
For more information about the information that Dr. K went over in the video, you can click below to download the PDF file that outlines her techniques.
How to Teach Your Children to Lose
Sarah Klagsbrun, MD is a Child Psychiatrist, Medical Doctor, and mother of 3 who runs her Parenting With Dr K seminars out of her office in Manhattan on the Upper East Side. Dr K specializes in helping parents better understand their children so that parents can have the best relationship they possibly can with their children. Dr K sees parents and children in her private practice as well as does home visits and school observations. Dr K also uses videotaping to help parents directly observe their interactions with their children and strengthen the interaction between them. Dr K also treats adults in her private practice.
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