I was reading a book about parenting and it's astonishing to me that - things the book advises us parents to do for our children are things most adults still struggle with , including myself
Be happier, healthier and more fully ourselves
How to deal with painful moments from the past by shining light of understanding on them, so they can be addressed in a gentle, conscious and intentional way.
Have the capacity to pause & reflect on our own state of mind.
Make choices that give us control over how we feel and how we respond to our world.
Gain happiness & fulfillment that result from being connected to others, while still maintaining a unique identity
I wonder how parents can authentically teach kids when we struggle with those ourselves
If you, like me, are a parent who wishes to do the above for your child, there's no better start than working on ourselves first.
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