I've been working on something exciting that I can't wait to share with you.
One issue I see again and again in my 1:1 parent therapy practice is GUILT. I know it plagues parents who don't have the opportunity to therapy, too. Hey, even I feel guilty half the time! Does this resonate for you, too?
We can feel bad about almost anything as parents, but it's actually completely normal: you can hear me talk more about this here.
That doesn’t mean we have to live with it, though. Too much guilt can be pretty toxic to us, and to our kids.
Over time, guilt can really start to impact our own mental health, as well as the parenting we are trying so hard to get “right”.
I am absolutely determined to help as many parents as possible avoid this slippery slope, and that’s why I have been working hard for the last year or so, piecing together the most powerful psychological techniques to create a new tool to help you:
Feel way less guilty
Feel more confident in your parenting
Feel more like yourself again
Get comfy with imperfection
Sound good?? So, drum roll please...
It's called The Guilty Parent Escape Plan – and it 'does exactly what it says on the tin’.
It contains 6 "P Keys" to help you unlock a way of parenting that is more effortless, less guilt-ridden and overwhelming, and works for you AND your child:
For you: each Key gives you practical techniques to reduce guilt and keep your brain calmer,so you can feel more like yourself, and parent in the way you actually want to, without the pressure of having to be the “perfect parent”.
For your child: each key helps your child’s brain stay calm so they are more likely to listen and respond to the boundaries you are setting. You’ll feel more confident and less guilty about how you handle those tricky moments.
To see more about how each P Key works, check out my instagram post here.
I'll be posting again soon to explain HOW and WHY each P Key can help you - I can't wait to share them with you.
And if you're interested in how you can access these tools later this year, take a look...(exciting!).