A glorious collection of musings from founder and MaMa TIger, Rachel Davis. Because perspective is everything.
Welcome to Part 4 of my Raising Wholehearted Children series of blogs
In this 4-part series of blogs, I have been sharing with you how I’ve learned to live deeply into my own truth and how I bring this into my parenting, so that you can raise awesome humans who are brimming with self-esteem.
As a reminder, this series is about helping you build strong and respectful relationships with your child, as well as some tips to help you raise awesome humans. If you missed any of the others and want to catch up, you can read them here. Blog 1, Blog 2 and Blog 3 are here for your pleasure.
Raising Wholehearted Children Step 4: Stop shouting start playing – Sgt Major is not a parenting style!
Today’s blog is about understanding that you have to connect with your child before you have any hope of guiding them to solutions or expecting them to respond to your requests.
As a parent, it can be really easy to fall into the habit of doling out instructions like some kind of...
Welcome to Part 3 of my Raising Wholehearted Children blog series
In this 4 part series of blogs I want to share with you how I’ve learned to live deeply into my own truth and how I bring personal growth into my parenting so that you can do the same.
If you missed the last any of the last blogs, you can check them out below.
Blog 1 and Blog 2 are here!
So this blog is about parenting in the present moment. Not what you would like to be happening (that’s magical thinking people and it doesn’t work btw.)
Raising Wholehearted Children Step 3: It’s time to set realistic expectations for yourself and your child.
This will help you know what it is exactly you’re working toward and allow you to parent in the present moment and work with what is actually going on,. For when we have expectations for a situation that are not being met, this is where ALL stress lives.
Late for work / school anyone? Expect them to to be ready on time? I know you can relate
It seems that everybody I come across in my work is looking to be a better version of themselves; they want to have the most incredible relationship with their children.
It’s a universal thing. But here’s the thing – you cannot have an incredible connection with your children if you do not have an incredible relationship and connection with yourself.
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A nurturing environment and genuine connection is going to help your child thrive. Want to know how it's the same for saplings, even after they've been neglected? Watch this video, for the science!
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