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Igniting resilience & potential within your child

Igniting resilience & potential within your child

Promoting Resilience around your child Do you remember that day when your child first sat on the bicycle without the training wheels attached? Did you hold onto the saddle a little too long as they shouted: “Let go, let go”? Did you overly reassure them as the blood trickled down their knee from their third fall? Or did you, heart in mouth, wait until they called you for assistance? That first solo bicycle ride is important in the learning process. Parents cannot ride the bicycle for their children, their child must do it themselves. Parents cannot give them only theory ...

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Helping children achieve their full potential

Helping children achieve their full potential

How do you access your own true and full potential? What is the secret? And, most important of all, how do you extract the best out of your children so that they achieve their full potential? We all want our children to be resilient but we don’t want them to suffer whilst achieving this resilience, unfortunately sometimes the two come comes hand in hand. I wonder what that secret ingredient is.  I have seen so many young people and even adults, that have had, what I would describe as, minor incidents happen to them, and they fall apart, often becoming ...

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Attention Is The Currency Of Relationships

Attention Is The Currency Of Relationships

There is one thing that shows our children we love them better than anything else in the world. That one thing is taking the time to be emotionally available for our children. In my book, I refer to it as being where your feet are. This idea seems so simple that it might be easy to nod your head in agreement, shrug your shoulders, and move on. But to do so may mean we miss the valuable insight that practicing emotional availability provides for our families. Parents who are emotionally available will find that their children are among those most ...

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