In this month’s coaching questions, This Naked Mind head coach Scott Pinyard welcomes TNM coach Emma Gilmour. Emma specializes in guiding individuals through parenting and the impacts alcohol can have on children.
Find out if early exposure to alcohol is a good or bad thing in the long run, and how to give kids the tools they need to make their own educated decisions about drinking.
Join Emma and Scott as they discuss these tough questions:
- How do I explain alcohol and drinking in a way that my children will understand?
- What’s the best way to talk about alcohol without making it “forbidden”?
- Is it counterproductive to apologize to children for drinking?
Tune in to find out what the ultimate goal is when having conversations around this touchy topic.
Did you miss This Naked Mind Live? Do you maybe have a little bit of FOMO? Don’t worry. I’ve got you covered. In fact, I had the entire event professionally recorded and it’s available digitally. Transformation in your living room, yup, that is what it’s all about. You can grab your digital ticket at thisnakedmind.com/digitalticket.
As always, rate, review, and subscribe to this podcast as it truly helps the message reach somebody who might need to hear it today.
Start reading This Naked Mind for free today!
Highlights of Coaching Questions with Scott Pinyard – Parenting and Alcohol
Conversations about alcohol do not have to be dreaded when you keep several things in mind when approaching them. Check out what is covered in this episode!
- Does introducing children early and in the home affect future behavior?
- Why safety is such a concern for kids that have been around drinking parents?
- How discussing personal struggles with alcohol can be a teaching opportunity for parents
- The tools that are most powerful for helping kids make their own decisions
- What is the best way to avoid your children becoming secretive drinkers
- How to keep your own emotions in check during the discussion
- And… what is the ultimate goal to having these conversations with your kids?
Listen to the end to hear about a practice you can start today—No matter how young your children are. It’s never too late to tap into important emotions that can make a life-long impact!