Thursday, May 31, 2007
With Pam Leo
The level of cooperation parents get from their children is usually equal to the level of connection children feel with their parents.
Most of us grew up with the authoritarian model of parenting, which is based on the child's fear of losing the parents love.
- A parent-child relationship based on coercion and fear grows weaker every year.
- A parent-child relationship based on connection grows stronger every year.
- By the time our children are teenagers we need a relationship based on something stronger than coercion and fear.
As parents we either unconsciously parent exactly the way we were parented or we consciously try to parent the opposite of the way we were parented. Either way our parenting is influenced by how we were parented.
In this program you will learn:
- How to keep the best and changing the rest
- How to teach children respect by treating them with respect
- Helping children heal their emotional hurts through listening to their feelings
- Building healthy self-esteem and self-worth through filling the "love cup" and creating opportunities for success
- Communication that leads to connection
- Decoding children's "acting out" behavior so we can respond to their needs instead of react to their behavior
- Creating a family support circle so that parents needs are met
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