Breaking The Cycle Of Toxic Parenting – Parenting YOUR way
Have you ever thought, "ACK!!!! I sound JUST like my mother." And you SWORE you'd NEVER do that?
Have you experienced sudden, involuntary outbursts of anger towards your child? Just to be filled with regret moments later?
You probably vividly remember those hurtful memories, when your own mom lashed out?
Maybe you're worried about parenting because you didn't have one, yours was narcissistic, borderline and/or abusive.
Yup, yup and yup. Me too.
And so do countless other women all over the world who’ve begun the journey of motherhood. Still it just seems like we can’t shake THAT way of parenting. But luckily it doesn’t have to be like that! No one can push our buttons quite like our children. In those moments when their actions stir up large pools of emotion your soul begs to become liberated.
Here's the secret no one tells you: these "pushed buttons" reveal unresolved past issues deeply within ourselves that are blocking the path to Parenting YOUR way.
YOU CAN HEAL.
Healing yourself will enable you to reclaim your inner power and to break the cycle of passing our burdens on the next generation.
This practice is for motivated mothers because I already SEE YOU SHOWING UP:
There is a stack of parenting books by your bed.
You've bought courses, attended parenting classes and maybe even hire a parenting coach.
You've watched a LOT of webinars.
You follow all the parenting groups on social media.
Maybe you've even tried traditional talk therapy and it hasn't helped either.
Information is pouring out of your ears yet you're still not seeing improvement.
I want to show you there's a new way to guide you towards freedom and ease. Are you ready to take on a healing journey to become free from, what seems like an endless struggle to find the inner power to become the best mom in the world? I invite you to join me for a cup of tea to just chat and learn a bit more.
Like a caring mother holding and guarding the life of her only child, so with a boundless heart of loving kindness, hold yourself and all beings as your beloved children. - Buddha