The Case for Consistency

Episode 5 April 28, 2021 00:39:21
The Case for Consistency
Building Resilience
The Case for Consistency

Apr 28 2021 | 00:39:21

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Show Notes

As we’ve learned a year into a global pandemic, living in uncertainty is really exhausting. Similarly, when it comes to parenting, being consistent in adhering to values, agreements and guidelines is a game-changer. Consistency allows everyone to feel a sense of security and emotional safety. KCSARC’s Family Services Specialists and Preventionist talk about where the line is between being flexible and being consistent.

 

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If you or a loved one have experienced sexual assault or abuse, you are not alone; there are resources to support you in your healing process. Visit http://RAINN.org to find support near you.

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