For many of us, our days consist of doing things for other people, and IF there happens to be time left over (there usually isn’t), we might think about what we need.
Unfortunately, putting our needs behind everyone else’s doesn’t just affect us; it affects our children.
In this episode, you’ll learn:
- Why attending to your needs is necessary if you want to see improvement in children’s behavior
- How to identify where to start making SMALL changes
- How to increase the likelihood that you’ll actually take action.
Mentioned in this episode:
Rachel Bailey’s Parenting Academy: Join us to release your Yuck and connect with others. We’re better together!
(Also receive the benefits of interaction with me in a private Facebook group + Office Hours, scripts and “Say This, Not That” phrases, on-demand resources to address children’s behavior and moods, and more)
Your Parenting Long Game Episode 31: How to Reduce Resentment
Your Parenting Long Game Episode 44: Find More Energy to Give You and Your Kids What You Need (Self care vs. self-treatement)
Your Parenting Long Game Episode 61: Let Go Of…Trying to Change Kids’ Negative Attitudes
Your Parenting Long Game Episode 62: Let Go Of…Believing You Won’t Feel Better Until Others Change
Your Parenting Long Game Episode 63: Let Go Of… Taking What Your Children Say and Do Personally
EPISODE SUMMARY + QUESTIONS FOR YOU
Want a little more? Get summary of the episode, plus questions that will help you apply the information to your situation.