Escape the pressure of a picture-perfect festive period
Do you find yourself doing increasingly elaborate Christmassy things for your kids, trying to make it “just right” despite being completely exhausted? Do you find yourself looking at everyone else’s Christmas and thinking, why isn’t mine like that? It’s not just you, and it’s not your fault.
That's why I've created a free guide to being an imperfectionist parent at Christmas.
What's in the guide?
The Imperfectionist Parent guide will help you understand WHY imperfectionism is so hard, and what we can do about it.
It introduces The Guilty Parent Escape Plan to help you become more comfortable with imperfection in yourself and your parenting - especially at Christmas.
With this guide, you'll learn:
The simple science behind why our brains are set up for perfectionism in parenting
How perfectionism inadvertently creates a vicious cycle that is no good for us, or for our kids
Evidence-based, practical tips to tackle parent guilt and calm our brains down
The 6 key steps you can take to embrace imperfection - so you can parent in the way you want to, and teach your child to be imperfect, too.
I’m Dr Jo Mueller, and I’m a Clinical Psychologist. I specialise in working with parents to help you feel more calm, confident, and connected to your kids. Because parenting is HARD and I get it.
I’ve been privileged to work with mums, dads, and children around the world for the last 15 years, including a decade working in UK NHS mental health services and parenting research.
I'm also a mum of two myself, so - I see you. I understand the day-to-day realities of parenting, and I can help.
“I love this free eBook from Dr Jo – she will warmly and expertly guide you away from the pressure of a perfect Christmas and towards genuine festive cheer with her evidence-based 6P Key framework.
The Keys give you an effective and actionable plan so that you can actually enjoy the festivities this year. So, get yourself a cuppa, a mince pie and enjoy your guide to a genuinely merry Christmas!"
Dr Katy Hill
Clinical Psychologist & Parental Stress Specialist
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