A darling story about the power of mother’s calm presence and love during a toddler’s tantrum. Conveys an accepting perspective of all big emotions and helps build mindfulness skills for kids and harmony in the home.
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Aspiring contemporary ballerina, commercial poet, grateful wife and mother.
Certified Life Coach, BA Finance, MA Statistics ( don’t judge, I was young ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ ), now IT Product Manager.
When I was pregnant with my now 3 y/o boy, I was worried of how I can raise my child to cope in a world of bullying, peer pressure, substance abuse, screen time etc.
My husband told me that if we want our son to thrive in this world, all we need to do is build his self confidence & firm limits.
So that’s how I started reading parenting books, and reached a lot; I read tons of books on the latest research discoveries in interpersonal biology and brain development. I worked with a psychologist that specialize in child development and attachment parenting.
I am above all, convinced of the immense potential every child has and their absolute innocence;
I know from experience that raising kids can often feel quite differently, and challenging.
I am convinced that the way to turn that potential into peaceful family lives and well balanced kids – is both intuition and science (and patience). Being emotionally available as a parent, being present for them and for your self, to keep your own emotional highs & lows in check. Because they are good at triggering us, aren’t they?
I write lyrics since aged 8, when I had no money to buy my mother gifts; I really wanted to create joy in her heart, so I started dedicating poems to her.