Ethan Kross on Quieting the Chatter and Engaging in Positive Self-Talk

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Most Americans have now been living with the stress and anxiety related to COVID-19 for a year—a fact that’s still hard to wrap one’s mind around. While working from home—and balancing it with childcare, schooling and household responsibilities—have become the norm, for many it still feels far from normal. While the newly approved vaccines offer hope, there’s still no clear answer on when it’ll be safe to return to schools, offices and a semblance of life as we knew it. However, despite the hardships, many experts maintain that restructuring one’s thoughts can really help both parents and kids better manage stressful situations.

One such expert is Ethan Kross, a psychologist, professor, parent and author of the newly released book Chatter: The Voice in Our Head, Why It Matters, and How to Harness It, which explores the silent conversations we tend to have with…

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