THE ART OF

imperfect

PARENTING

How to Remove the Pressure of Perfection and Focus on What Matters

LEARN HOW

You’re not only up to the challenge, you’re more than qualified to handle what life is throwing at you and your kids (with a little help and guidance)

You are ready to show up as the parent that you were meant to be.

Kids don’t come with guidebooks. In today’s world, it’s tougher than ever to be a parent; but if you’re here, I know this for sure: 

AM I FAILING? AM I BEING TOO HARD ON THEM? AM I EXPECTING TOO MUCH? WHY CAN’T I FIGURE THIS OUT AND BE MORE CONSISTENT? WHY IS THIS SO HARD?

You ask yourself...

Parenting isn’t a “one size fits all” approach

You’ve got so much guilt over not being the perfect parent, and you can’t help but ask yourself why you haven’t gotten this figured out yet. Why is it so hard?

If they would only just clean their rooms, stop fighting, get off their devices, and stop pushing the envelope that would be great, am I right?

Your kids are on your last nerve, and you don’t know what to do.

You’re fighting with your partner. You aren’t on the same page when it comes to how to deal with this behavior

You’re fighting with your kids. They are fighting with each other.

And what is self-care, even? Like, beyond grabbing a shower between moments of chaos?

There has to be more than this.

You wish that parenting was more intuitive. You’ve read the parenting books, and you’re way over it.

BUT, COULD THERE AT LEAST BE SOME AGREEMENT ON WHERE TO START? 

We all want what’s best for our kids and to do right by them.

We want to raise humans we like. But we have so many questions because, let’s face it, kids don’t come with an instructional manual. And parenting today is harder than ever.

Here’s the good news. You don’t have to be a perfect parent. You just need some practical guidance on how to show up as their parent and focus on what really matters.

You can find a balance between focusing on all of the things and focusing on what matters

You can show up and be firm AND fair AND loving.

You can raise your kids together without your relationship becoming a war zone.

You can find your way back to your kids and after angry words and slamming doors.

And best of all? You can ditch the guilt and parent with confidence.

In the Art of Imperfect Parenting, you get expert advice from a psychologist who understands what you’re going through so you can learn what discipline really means and how to implement it imperfectly through:

THE ART OF

imperfect

PARENTING

INTRODUCING:

"I Love You no matter what" rituals

Being present and creating special time

Following through with boundaries & expectations

Becoming a loving hard-ass (more about this later)

The Art of Imperfect Parenting is what you need to get back to enjoying parenting and spending time with your family.

You will come away with the tools and strategies to:

Focus on the most important aspects of parenting vs. ALL THE THINGS

Communicate effectively without yelling

Balance connection with discipline

Implement consistent boundaries

Set realistic expectations for you and your children

You will learn about raising resilient skills and gain new skills like how to:

Separate the behavior from the relationship with unconditional love

Find balance with your partner

Repair things after an angry outburst

 Cultivate your village

 Ask for help

It’s not another parenting book to be tossed on the shelf.

You don’t need to book a babysitter.
You don’t have to sit through a big long lecture and get preached at.

You can learn at your own pace, in the comfort of your own home, in a bite sized way that doesn’t overwhelm. Let’s face it, you’re already overwhelmed. You don’t need your parenting education to make it worse.

It’s time to show up for yourself and your kids so you can parent without shame and feel good about the way you are present in their lives (and your own!)

You can do this and I can support you with the expert advice you need to change the way you parent, connect, love and thrive.

You can be the parent you want to be, and I can help.

Are you ready to take the next step and start loving parenting again? Let’s get focused on what really matters and embrace being perfectly imperfect! Sign up today!

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