- Mindfulness is about slowing down and becoming more present to your inner experience of thoughts, feelings and sensations.
How can we maintain a more calm patient state with our kids?
What are some of the secrets of reducing stress and balancing emotional needs in the family?
Do you sometimes wonder WHY such intense emotions get triggered by your child?
Would you benefit from some simple techniques to help you keep your cool when your child is acting out?
Peaceful Self-Parenting – developing the self-care and self-healing practices to fill your emotional cup
Learn more about our Mindful Parenting eCourseYou'll find this and all courses and resource kits in your Resource Library. This mindful parenting eCourse contains text, videos and audios that will give you clarity and practical tools that will help you improve your stress and emotional regulation while juggling the busyness of family life. Managing our stress and being able to compassionately hold our turbulent emotions in a way that returns us back to a calm, settled, and happy state truly is the secret to a happier and healthier life. When we can better manage our stress and emotions, we have more energy and more capacity to be productive and focus on improving our situation inch by inch. ❤️️ We can only help our children better manage their stress and emotions to the extent that we ourselves have the awareness, insights and the skills to do so. 🌷
|Module 1||Mindful Parenting eCourse|
|This Course will help you to explore these questions: How can I maintain a more calm patient state with my child? How can I reduce stress and balance emotional needs in the family? Why do such intense emotions get triggered when my child is uncooperative or upset? What are some simple techniques to help me keep my cool when my child is acting out? Peaceful Self-Parenting - how can I develop the self-care and self-healing practices to fill my emotional cup|
|Unit 1||Unit 1: The benefits of being mindful of our emotions|
|Unit 2||Unit 2: Stress Reduction and Mindful Parenting Seminar|
|Unit 3||Unit 3: Related Articles - Mindfulness|
|Unit 4||Unit 4 - Simple Ways to Teach Mindfulness to Kids|