One of the most important human connections is the one between us and our families.
The relationship between Parents (include mothers and fathers, as well as other caregivers who act as parents) and Child is one that nurtures the physical, emotional and social development of the child. Children learn about the world around them through a positive parent-child relationship. As they are growing and changing, children look to their parents to determine whether or not they are safe, secure, and loved. It is a unique bond that children and parents can live and nurture.
Being a mom to four amazing children is a non-stop rollercoaster of joy, challenges, and a few “Mom, where’s my sock?” mysteries. The truth is that I sometimes feel completely overwhelmed by the responsibility of parenting four kids.
As a parent, I understand firsthand the challenges and joys of caring for and supporting a growing family.
The mental load is exhausting, and the running around never ends. Resilience and patience are required all the time. But at the same time I can’t describe how privileged I feel to be a mother to my four kids. They are kind, caring, and funny and I love them all to bits.
The everyday challenges within my family allow me to know myself each day a little bit more and help me definitely to grow as a person. Among these challenges, one of the most significant is finding the balance between being the mother my children need while also prioritizing and attending my own needs.
The better we take care of ourselves, the more we can give to our children.
– Mother Teresa
This, above all, will influence the appropriate brain development of your child and influence the adult your child will become.
I believe the way to a better world, more peaceful, respectful, developed, and united starts in each one’s home and family. We can all do our part ♥️
We explore together the dynamic of the family, the situations, behaviors, needs, and emotions that constitute a challenge and we find a way to go through it to create a safe, authentic, and strong relationship with your children. It’s a process where you can return to yourself to be able to nurture relationships from Heart to Heart with your children, being you and holding space for the children to be themselves.
The growth work we do as parents gives long-term benefits for our children
It is a unique transformational way because it is an inner work that impacts one’s life, the child’s life, and the relationship in the long term. Working on you and on your relationships requires time and some effort, time for you and for your family to adapt, nonetheless, I believe the investment is definitely worth it.
- Turning daily chaos and overwhelm into more serenity and love
- Emotional triggers, fears and frustrations
- Balancing being a parent with attending to your own needs
- Finding time for yourself outside of the parenting role
- Setting healthy boundaries without yelling and punishments
A significant challenge lies in accepting and understanding each child’s true nature, allowing them the space to grow authentically.
It’s through this commitment to growth and understanding that the true essence of family is revealed.
Sessions for real parents, Include single parenting, and grandparenting (we know parenting doesn’t stop when our kids grow up).