How to raise amazing kids: the neuroscience approach

Gregory Caremans, Making the Unconscious Conscious

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26 Lessons (1h 58m)
    • 1. Welcome

      2:25
    • 2. Myth # 1: The perfect parent

      2:34
    • 3. Myth # 2: you are raising your kid

      2:24
    • 4. Myth # 3: you raised your kids in the same way

      3:43
    • 5. Myth # 4: don't sleep with your kids

      2:47
    • 6. Myth # 5: The mozart effect

      1:08
    • 7. The reptilian brain

      4:55
    • 8. The neolimbic brain

      6:41
    • 9. The paleolimbic brain

      7:15
    • 10. The prefrontal brain

      6:18
    • 11. Parental instincts

      2:50
    • 12. Two tricks to stay calm

      1:35
    • 13. On learning

      3:23
    • 14. On compliments

      2:31
    • 15. the Attachment Theory

      4:41
    • 16. The reptilian baby

      9:02
    • 17. The paleolimbic toddler

      4:28
    • 18. The key to self confidence

      5:16
    • 19. Beat the bully

      4:55
    • 20. Submissiveness vs shyness vs Introversion

      4:56
    • 21. Why you should teach your kid to trust you

      4:34
    • 22. Your kid has personality

      7:41
    • 23. On climbing trees

      1:04
    • 24. Small social trauma's

      5:43
    • 25. Adolescence

      11:18
    • 26. Three Golden Rules

      3:33

Project Description

The best or the worst

As you will have noticed, in this course, I share a lot of personal stories about me and my kids. Now it's your turn: your assignment will be to share, through a picture or a small story, something that happened with you and/or your kids that has left you speechless. This can be because it was so awesome you were left without words... or... because it was such a WTF-moment and you didn't know how to respond.

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