Parenting Training and Consultation
As the adage goes: "you can't pour from an empty cup."
Parents experience a level of burn-out that often goes undiscussed. We forget that in managing all of our roles (executive chef, chauffeur, finance manager, event coordinator, mediator, teacher, groomer, the list goes on) we sacrifice self-care and the establishment of behaviours that lead to optimized outcomes for us as individuals.
Yes, we are parents--but we were people before we were parents.
Yes, we are parents-- but we are people with dynamic personalities, passions and individual needs that need to be nurtured in order to continue to be able to meet the needs of our families.
Yes, we are parents and we have a duty to our families, but we also have a duty to ourselves!
The very same principles we use to spark change in our kiddos can be applied to our own lives as parents. A bit of mindfulness, some self-care, some meaningful reflection but most of all a commitment to investing the time in ourselves is all it takes.
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