Emotionally Connected to Ourselves

We get a lot of information coming at us every day, whether it's from sources online, to neighbors, to our school system, community. Whatever it is, we, like our kids, get a lot of information coming in and we've gotten to a place where I believe as parents, we think the answer for our problems with our kids or our kids' behavior is out there and that's not really the case. 

The answer that we have with our own unique child and our relationship with them and the challenges that we have with them is within us, so it's tapping into our own inner wisdom and intuition. This is the most important thing that I think that we can do as parents, is be emotionally connected to ourselves and therefore then more attuned emotionally to our kids

Reconnecting With Yourself

These 4 steps are very essential to be connected not only to ourselves but also to our children. It may look like you need to just reconnect, again, spending this time practicing reconnecting with yourself, spending time taking good care of yourself. Self-compassion, self-care in parenting is critical.

Our own emotions can have a profound effect on our children. One sentence said in anger can affect a child for life. As adults, we have a responsibility to recognize when it is important to control our emotions and we need tactics to do it. We are the adult. We need to control the emotional frame. Learning success has hosted a series to help you do this better. We've queried psychologists, teachers, homeschoolers, and parents to get the best tips. You can find the complete series at
https://www.learningsuccesssystem.com/tips/cye

Our children come through us, not for us, except for the lessons that they reflect us during their journey in an effort to grow us up along the way.

Key Takeaways:

1
The most important thing that we can do as parents is to be emotionally connected to ourselves.
2
Awareness to children's behavior is the key to resonating with them.
3
Take some time and find a quiet place to think before dealing with Your Children

How Parents Emotions Affect Their Children and What to Do About It - Kim Muench


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