Our kids all ages go through big feelings and emotions like joy, sadness, anger, etc. They are all legitimate feelings.
If we allow them to feel those feelings and be there for them, they learn to respect those feelings and to manage those emotions intelligently. This is a skill as important as any they learn at school.
You as the parent are the most important teacher because you are their role model. So it’s important for us to respect our emotions and hold ourselves in compassion.
Expressing our feelings appropriately is a skill we often need to harness as well. I am grateful to my own parent coach for helping me enhance my emotional intelligence.
I love helping my clients address their own feelings and then watch the magic happen in their own relationship with their kids.
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My passion is to help women find connection with themselves and their kids. I have two kids of my own a 13 year old girl and 11 year old boy and they have been my greatest teachers. They inspired me to change the course of my life from working in software marketing to becoming a parent coach. Working with a coach transformed my relationship with them from one of fear to one full of love and motivated me to become a Certified Parent Coach. This led to working with teachers like Dr. Shefali, Jolette Jai, Suzi Lula and others. As I had the opportunity to work with moms with their parenting challenges, I found myself helping these women at a crossroads in their career or their life, looking for answers, struggling to feel fulfilled, feeling anxious and questioning their parenting, their relationships and themselves. This led to me expand my practice to help women in their lives including but not limited to their relationship with their kids. If you need some help, please know I have been there. All you need is a little helping hand and I can help you.