How to Make New Year's Resolutions Your Family Will Keep

To celebrate the new year, Project Parenthood host Dr. Nanika Coor joins Dr. Rachel Vanderbilt (the Relationship Doctor) and Dr. Monica Johnson (Savvy Psychologist) for a special panel episode to discuss New Year's resolutions for families—the benefits, the drawbacks, and all the nitty-gritty. 

Nanika Coor, Psy. D.
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Episode #658

This week, Project Parenthood has something special to share. Instead of a regular episode, we're celebrating the new year with a panel of QDT expert hosts on the subject of New Year's Resolutions.

You'll hear from: 

The discussion covers everything from how to set goals as part of a family to how to avoid common resolution "don'ts." You'll hear about the importance of small and independently-achievable goals, and you'll learn why some people view New Year's Resolutions as outdated and toxic. 

If you’re striving to achieve better balance in your family in the new year, you're going to love this panel. Click the red audio player above to listen. If you like what you hear, be sure to follow the other featured hosts on their respective podcasts wherever you like to listen. 

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About the Author

Nanika Coor, Psy. D.

Dr. Nanika Coor is a New York-based clinical psychologist and respectful parenting therapist. She helps overwhelmed parents hear a kinder inner voice and experience more mutually-respectful interactions with their children. Find out more about her work at www.brooklynparenttherapy.com.

Got a question that you'd like Dr. Coor to answer on Project Parenthood? Leave her a message at (646) 926-3243 or send an email to parenthood@quickanddirtytips.com