21 Days of Parenting Tips For Stressed Out Parents
How to have a stronger connection with your child and lower your stress levels
If you are frustrated and feeling stressed day-in, day-out trying to successfully parent your child, this course is for you.
During the 21 days of this program you will be provided with ideas and new ways of engaging with your child.
This is about supporting you to have a more fulfilling and meaningful connection with your child, which calming the atmosphere and interactions that you have.
Funnily enough this program is all about learning to notice your 'parenting patterns' based on your own parenting and 'un-parenting' yourself. Sounds like a strange concept, doesn't it.
And yet only through doing this can you possibly meet your child from a different place, not through the filter of your own upbringing.
This is 'conscious parenting.' Making a conscious effort to be different, to respond differently.
You may find that some of the ideas during this 21 days work easily for you, and others take some more effort to put into practice. That's okay. Change doesn't come easily.
At least be willing to begin the journey of developing a stronger and longer lasting relationship with your child, and at the same time lowering your anxiety and stress levels.
It is possible to do that. Don't believe me? Then dive into the first seven days of the course, putting at least one of the tips into practice, then tell me that life isn't just a little easier.
Karen has a wealth of experience in turning life around. She has experienced the sudden death of her daughter, so knows how to work through grief. She's been suicidal and learned to work through that. Working in a highly stressful job for years has provided her with tools on how to manage anxiety and stress.
Karen has trained as a Facilitator of The Work of Byron Katie, and in Holistic Counselling. She brings a wealth of knowledge and experience together to support you in a heart felt and connected way.
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Enjoy the journey of less stress and the beginnings of a changed relationship with your child.