Ep. 166 Staying Off The Emotional Rollercoaster - Heidi Benjaminsen Coaching

Ep. 166 Staying Off The Emotional Rollercoaster

A teenager’s body has wildly fluctuating hormones and moods that seem to hit the highs and lows like the world’s best rollercoasters.  They can be angry, excited, anxious, nervous and happy all in a few minutes.  Just because THEY are on this ride does not mean WE need to be on the ride with them.

In episode 166 of Confidence Coaching with Heidi Benjaminsen, learn tips to stay anchored and calmly on the “platform” as your teen experiences the emotional rollercoaster.  Learn how to separate your emotions from their emotions.  Hear how to normalize and validate their experience while also validating you might need a break from their outburst.

The calmer we can approach their highs and lows, the quicker they will experience the extremes and the safer they will feel with these emotions.  Our teens need us to feel ok with their big emotions so they learn these emotions are feelings they don’t need to avoid or numb.

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I help mothers of teenagers create inner confidence, calm and happiness.  The more anchored a mother is, the more secure her children will feel.  Calm is contagious.

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