As Parents, How to Protect Your Home’s Atmosphere

Seth Dahl recommends thinking about your home’s harmony in the same way you would think about its temperature. He believes that parents can act as emotional thermostats for their homes. Here's how.

As Parents, How to Protect Your Home’s Atmosphere

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Seth Dahl recommends thinking about your home’s harmony in the same way you would think about its temperature. He believes that parents can act as emotional thermostats for their homes. Here's how.


As a parent, you have the power to guide emotions within your household and help get the family back on track if feelings begin to escalate too much. Seth Dahl recommends thinking about your home’s harmony in the same way you would think about its temperature. “You know a thermostat? Once you chose a temperature, it makes these little tiny adjustments all day long to keep the home feeling like what we chose for it to feel.” He believes that parents can act as emotional thermostats, too.

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In this video, Seth opens up about a challenging evening he was having with his young daughter. As emotions began to escalate, she helped him realize that he had let go of his power to control the emotional thermostat for his family. It’s not just parents who can help create a sense of calm. When taught to do so, children can also redirect the emotional energy.

Check out this video as Seth explains more about this moment with his daughter that helped him learn how to better communicate his feelings.


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