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Today’s guest is Abigail Wald. Abigail is the co-host of the popular podcast “Hand in Hand: A Podcast for Parents.” She is a certified Hand in Hand Parenting instructor, and also a certified trainer for the Michael Gurian Institute. She teaches parents practical things they can do every day in their own homes to shape the life they want for themselves and their children.
She believes that by leading with kindness, we help our kids develop mastery and grit, and stay connected to their true selves. She works with parents all over the world and does speaking engagements at schools that are close to home in Los Angeles. She likes it when parents say hi, so stop by and visit her at her website realtimeparenting.com.
Links of Interest:
Abigail’s Real Time Parenting Website
Abigail’s Podcast – Hand in Hand: A Podcast For Parents
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