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93: Why It's Okay to Raise Kids Who are Self-Centered - The PedsDocTalk Podcast

On this episode I welcome back Katherine Sellery of The Conscious Parenting Revolution. Katherine is a 3x TEDx speaker, has taught thousands of parents in a Conscious Parenting Revolution for resilient, considerate, centered and empowered kids who know their inner voice and honor it.If you missed...

Episode 93: Why It’s Okay to Raise Kids Who are Self-Centered

On this episode I welcome back Katherine Sellery of The Conscious Parenting Revolution. Katherine is a 3x TEDx speaker, has taught thousands of parents in a Conscious Parenting Revolution for resilient, considerate, centered and empowered kids who know their inner voice and honor it.

If you missed it, be sure to check out my previous chat with Katherine, episode 45: How to Be a More Conscious Parent and Why it’s Important for our Children.

In today’s episode we discuss the following:

  • Why it’s okay to raise kids who are self-centered
  • What being self-centered can teach our children
  • How we can balance this with thinking of others

For more information, visit www.katherinesellery.com and check out her Free eBook, 7 Strategies To Keep Your Relationship With Your Kids From Hitting The Boiling Point. 

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