Ep 54. The things you wish your parents had known with Philippa Perry

Apr 21, 2019 | Uncategorized

Philippa Perry
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Philippa Perry is a psychotherapist and author. Her most recent book is the number one Sunday Times Bestseller ‘The Book You Wish Your Parents Had Read’. She has appeared on TV recently on Celebs Go Dating for E4 as well as on programmes for Channel 4 and BBC 4. 


Whether you’re a parent yourself, a future parent or you just want to gain some insights into how to improve your relationships – Philippa’s wisdom will give you valuable tools to communicate better, foster positive relationships and not pass too much of your own stuff on to your kids. 

We discuss:
-Why this work is so important right now
-How to argue and not argue effectively with your child or partner 
-How to own your own feelings 
-How phone addiction affects us and our children 

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