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Thumb rules – Parenting is very simple.

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There are tons of books and blogs that teach us how to be a good parent, but it’s really very simple. Try one of these simple habits every day and watch how it transforms your family and your home!
1. Smile smile smile  🙂
When we smile at our children it’s showing them love and acceptance. Our smile eases our children’s worries. Our smile calms them. Our smile breaks down walls, causing them to open up to us. Our smile shows our children they are accepted and loved.  Make a point to smile at your child whenever you make eye contact. Let your smile greet your children at the start of the day, and meet them throughout it.
2. Speak softly.
You may have seen this phenomena before . . . the louder you get, the louder your kids get. Or maybe your kids are already loud and you have to raise your voice to speak over them. What to do instead? Speak softly. Whether it is asking your child about what he wants for breakfast or asking him to do any task, approach him, lean in, and speak low and soft. Your child will often respond in the same and will be much more likely to follow you,
3. Say exactly what you mean.
“Instead of saying, “Please pick up your puzzle,” I ask, “Who left this puzzle on the table? Is this where you’re supposed to leave it?” Also, for some reason it feels nicer when I say, “Why don’t we go clean our bedroom?” instead of, “Please pick up all your toys in your room.” direct commands—in a nice way, of course.
4. Solicit help 
Ask for help when it is needed. Don’t play the martyr. Share your needs and be specific with the type of help you need. Finally, number your requests to make it easier for kids to follow.
5. Surrender your idea of who your kids should be.
Before your kids sre born You must had an expectation of what parenting would look like and how kids would be. One of the greatest struggles has been trying to fit our kids into our ideal, instead of discovering children’s unique personality, talents, and struggles. When We embrace our children—just as they are—We are able to better understand how to train up each unique child.
Sit down and write out each of your children’s strengths and weaknesses. Then write down what you can do to help her develop her strengths and what can you do to help her combat her weaknesses. If your child is old enough, discuss these things with her. Choose one area to work on a week and praise change!
Dear Parents I am excited to hear how these super simple habits work for you. Let me know if possible.😊🙏

 

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EMPOWER YOUR CHILDREN with POWERFUL REIKI ENERGY AND AFFIRMATIONS- DEAR PARENTS DO WATCH YOUR WORDS :

1b4c4c6399279dd519fc809e98a49460Many of us have heard of what are called “limiting beliefs”.  These are beliefs about ourselves that are programmed and have been there most of our lives.  They’re often REMARKS that someone made many years ago that stuck and we accepted them as fact.  Here are an excellent examples of limiting beliefs.

In the beginning Baby elephants are always tethered to a strong rope which in turn is tied to a stake in the ground. Try as much, the baby elephant is unable to free itself as the rope as well as the stake are stronger than its strength. After numerous tries, the baby elephant abandons its attempt to be free and accepts the leash as part of life. A new belief has been installed in it that it cannot break free from the rope. Years pass and the baby elephant has now transformed into a full fledged adult elephant with enormous strength. However, the limiting belief still exists in its mind. So, even though it can now easily break the rope because of its huge strength, it does not do so, because it “thinks” that the rope is stronger than itself. In fact, there are stories where, a circus tent caught fire and elephants burned to death because they would not run in spite of the fire because they “thought” that they could not break the rope.

Are you too programming your child’s mind with these limiting beliefs? like: “Why did you only get a B when you could have got an A?” or “Your sister can figure it out, why can’t you?” or “Why would you want to do that?  You’ll never make any money”.  When parents say such comments their intention is to motivate their children to do better; to strive for something higher. But Do children see it that way?  No not really! What they hear is “You don’t measure up” or “You’ll never amount to anything” or “Nothing you do impresses me”. Those words become part of lasting effect of the comments and limiting beliefs. We all have triggers, and people close to us can easily activate those triggers with their words or actions that might remind us of a criticism we heard repeatedly when we were growing up. Hence dear Parents ALWAYS WATCH YOUR WORDS – empower your children with these powerful REIKI and affirmations.

  • I am healthy, happy and peaceful person.
  • I am always doing the best always.
  • I focus on the positive and attract only good things to myself.
  • I believe in me and My dreams are coming true.
  • I create a beautiful, joyful day for myself.
  • I deserve good things and getting effortlessly.

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Smart Parenting in a Fast Paced world

Seminar         : Smart Parenting in a Fast Paced  world – Talk and discuss the strategies

Date                : 11-April-2014 (Friday)

Time                :  04.00 to 6.30 hrs (15 min Break)  held in Seghya, Bahrain

Successful Seminar on smart Parenting in a Fast Paced world, Talk and discuss the strategies for Parents towards bringing harmony in family and having friendly relationship with Children :-

  •      Improving the self esteem and confidence
  •      Parents’stress/children’s stress and its effects
  •      Effective communication and support
  •      Deal with Emotional Outburst
  •      Other behavioral problems
  •      Healthy eating and development
  •      Outdoor activities