Birthday party It can cause a great deal of anxiety for both parents and children.
From hosting events to missing invitations, there’s a minefield of problems that can arise from milestone celebrations.
Fortunately, parenting guru Dr. Justin Coulson We’re here to settle all the birthday party politics.
Watch the exclusive video above.
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“Birthday party politics can make people feel alienated or ostracized, but it also teach resilience And it shows you how to build real relationships that are generally important,” explains Dr. Coulson.
Among his most important tips is to create a guest list with your child, ask who they want to invite and why, and stick to the agreed numbers.
And what if your child doesn’t make an invitation list for friends’ parties? Parents may feel internally devastated for their child, but teaching resilience is important.
“Shrug your shoulders, hug your kids, and be a caring and supportive parent. Let them know that stuff like this is going on,” he advises.
For all of Dr. Coulson’s advice, watch the full video above.
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