Heather and Brittany are joined by parenting educator, JoAnn Crohn, of No Guilt Mom podcast. JoAnn shares why the secret to getting kids to cooperate is in regulating and understanding emotions. She also shares why she doesn’t associate chores with allowance, and some tips for tackling homework battles.
about joann crohn
JoAnn Crohn, M. Ed is a parenting educator who helps moms feel confident in everything from raising empowered, self-sufficient kids to dropping the anxiety and guilt out of modern parenthood.
She’s an accomplished writer, author, podcast host of the No Guilt Mom podcast, and speaker, appearing in national media and founder of the company, No Guilt Mom. Her specialty is talking to both parents and kids – with her parenting course, Calm & Happy Parenting and her self-paced digital courses for kids in handling big emotions, getting kids to help out more, creating a morning routine and conquering the homework drama.
JoAnn is a former elementary school teacher with a Master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction as well as a National Board Certified Teacher in Middle Childhood Education. She’s a mom to 2 kids – ages 13 and 9.
WHAT TO LISTEN FOR: getting kids to cooperate
- Why helping children learn to regulate their emotions is important for family dynamics
- How getting your children to help around the house will alleviate your stress as a mom
- How to handle whining, stalling, and avoidance of chores
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