Talking to children about parts

This video talks through how we can explain to children how we have different parts and how they might interact.

Blurb from the video: Most of the participants agree that talking to our kids about our own parts helps them to identify their own and recognise there is nothing “wrong” with any part. This is how we can model staying connected to our feelings (parts) and become aware of parts that may be informing our way of being and what we teach our kids (e.g. “I have to make everybody happy”). We can help our kids to be aware of when parts take over and by staying curious about our reactions and those of our children we can notice when we are projecting the fears of our own parts onto them.

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