Do you wish your children were better listeners?
Redefining Our Approach to Time Patience is not something that I would have defined myself as having in years past. When my kids were young, I remember always being in a hurry; whether it was to go out somewhere, to get them to bed, to have them complete their homework, to do the dishes,…
Here are three ways that you can help to build motivation in your child from the inside out.
Set an intention on a daily basis and do the best that you can.
Emotions, reactions, and expectations…don’t let others set your mood.
Be the parent that your child needs.
It is so important to be aware of our children’s emotions with both honor and respect.
Why self-care is so important in our parenting.
You cannot give from an empty cup.
Ask, Don’t Tell What do our children need? This is a very powerful question. Since I have pondered it many times throughout a day, week, month and year, I can tell you that each child needs something different from us as their parents, no matter their age.
We come to this parenting journey with expectations of our children as well as who we “should” be as parents.
When we let go of these expectations and come from a place of curiosity, we are able to see our children more clearly