FLEX's resident blogger Jessica Danilewitz is back for another #WellnessWednesday. This time Jessica looks at how we can be informed by the traditional parenting styles of other cultures to find a new way to engage with our children and promote self-regulation in the face of strong emotions. It is an interesting look at how we can examine the old way (for many) to find a new way (for us).
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