Creating a connection and a true bond with your child is critical to your child's mental health, resiliency, and growth through the adolescent years.
The parent-child connection is a pivotal component to being an impactful parent.
Here, you can find resources to creating and maintaining that connection with your child.
IT IS TIME FOR A MOMS NIGHT IN!
Parents need other parents! Get the
CONNECTION AND CONVERSATION BOX SET!
These box sets come with a series of questions and short videos for parent groups to sit together and start a meaningful discussion! We will bring the conversation, you bring the wine and your besties!
Connect With Your Child
One Day At A Time
Take a 30 Day Challenge! Stop boring conversations. Quit asking dead-end questions that only require yes or no answers. Don't ask the annoying questions like, "How was your day, or Do you have any homework tonight?"
INSTEAD, start a conversation that is interesting and allows you to get to know your child better! Ask questions that make your child stop and think about their perspective. Learn more about your child's point of view, and look forward to your conversation starter each day! Let's start talking!
All-Ages 30 Day Challenge!
Get to know your child better with a variety of questions. Each question comes with an optional one-minute video for the parent, explaining the intention of the day. Questions can be adapted to any age.
It is highly suggested families do 1 challenge at a time.
30 Day Challenge For Parent's and Tweens/Teens!
These questions are designed to spark some debate and give parent's an idea about their child's perspective on controversial topics.
This challenge may contain questions you want to "skip" or modify for younger children.
30 Day Fun Questions Challenge!
This 30 Day Challenge is filled with fun questions to ask your child. Unlike the previous "All-Ages 30 Day Challenge" above, these questions are meant just for prompting conversation and fun.
Be A Better Parent 30 Day Challenge!
This challenge is comprised of doing a different ACTIVITY with your child each day. Activities are free and best suited for ages 8 - 12 years of age.
Discover if YOU are meeting your child's fundamental needs with this FREE PDF!
- Is your child acting out?
- Does your child seem anxious?
- Maybe you feel that your child is starting to pull away from you emotionally?
Acting out, anxiety, and pulling away can signify that your child does not feel secure in their primary needs.
Before you yell at your child for the twentieth time for not listening, watch this video and consider if their behavior stems from their primary needs not being met.
Then start a conversation with your child with this FREE PDF!Yes! Give me my FREE PDF To Help Me Start The Conversation!
There is a life BEYOND children.
It is easy to lose yourself to parenthood. It is a natural instinct in many parents to give, give, and give to their children. However, it is also important to care for ourselves and do things outside of children. We must keep our sense of self!
So grab a comfy spot on the sofa and watch this video of my own personal journey of losing and finding myself. Then, grab these FREE Tips that help you remember that amazing person you were BEFORE the kids arrived.
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Are Your Overprotective?
Teaching resiliency starts with letting your child experience some adversity. Yet, many parents can be overprotective. Is this you? Watch the video and download the FREE PDF!Yes, I want to learn more and get my FREE PDF!
12 Tips For Communicating Better With Your Child!
Sometimes our frustration with kids comes from a lack of good communication! Implement these 12 easy tips to improve your clarity and stop the misunderstandings today!Amazing! Please give me my FREE PDF
Connection starts with accepting kids for WHO they are and not what we think they should be.
Discover hidden LABELS, JUDGEMENTS, and EXPECTATIONS that you might have in your parenting.
Watch the videos here and learn MORE by downloading the FREE PDF To DISCOVER your own hidden judgments, expectations, and labels.