Breaking Generational Cycles
Stop Saying, "He's Mean To You Because He Likes You"
"He's mean to you because he likes you" is a harmful message that perpetuates the cycle of bullying and program
Parenting DUI's Affect A Child's Self-Worth
In all of our loving intent, we sometimes commit parenting DUI's, which can send our children into a protective response. Here are 3 ways to break the
How To Reduce Your Child's Exposure To Shame
Shame eats away at a child’s core emotional need to feel loved and connected, leaving them feeling small, unworthy, fl
A Strong Relationship With Your Child Gives You More Authority, Not Less
As children learn to regulate emotions and learn higher-level skills through the safe space of a supportive caregiver, not only does it strength
I Messed Up. Have I Messed Up My Kids?
You know you are a parent if you have ever questioned your qualifications for the job. You may be asking yourself,
Breaking The Cycles Of Fear-Based Parenting
Here are 5 ways to use connection-based parenting (Over fear-based), and break the cycle of emotional wounding.
As A Parent, I Miss Feeling Seen - How To Cope With The Loneliness Of Parenthood
Without a village, parenthood can feel pretty isolating and lonely. Not being seen and connected often feels like a threat to our emotional and psy
If It All Feels Heavy Today, Read This
There are millions of beautiful moments in parenting and also, sometimes, it feels hard. If you’re finding yourself in a heavy season today, or
4 Powerful Ways To Ensure Your Kids Don’t Bear the Weight of Your Emotions
When children feel responsible for taking care of their parents emotionally, it can cause a range of mental and emotio
10 Magical Outcomes to Dropping Your Expectations
We subconsciously believe that if our children are misbehaving, then we did
To My Kids: I Messed Up Today, And I'm Sorry
I messed up today in ways big and small. I am an imperfect mom. I used to shame myself for it, but not anymore. And here is
Is It Okay For Me To Cry In Front Of My Child?
How do we straddle the line of expressing emotion in front of our children while letting them know that they are not responsible for our feel