Have you ever had a build-up of stress and pressure in your life, and then lost it with your child? We’ve all been there, I get it. You’re plagued with guilt and are so regretful that you spend the rest of the week beating yourself up. But guilt is the enemy of the effective parent, and even the most peaceful of parents occasionally lose it. The key is learning to deal with it more effectively.
Kids learn from modeling displayed by their parents, so it’s important to show them how to forgive themselves and others, take responsibility for their actions, and move on from their mistakes. There’s a way to overcome parent guilt, and it’s by turning those outbursts into useful parenting experiences to help you connect on a deeper level with your kids.
In this episode, I’m sharing a four-step process to help you repair and recover after you lose it with your child. I’m showing you why making mistakes isn’t a bad thing – we’re all human after all – and how to eliminate the parent guilt and handle things differently moving forwards.
To celebrate the launch of the Real World Peaceful Parenting Podcast, I’m giving away a $50 gift card to use on one of my Peaceful Parent courses to 10 lucky listeners. All you need to do is subscribe, rate, and review the show! Click here to learn more about the giveaway and how to enter.
What You’ll Learn from this Episode:
- What I want my parenting to look like in 2021.
- How to lead by example and teach your kids to take responsibility for their actions.
- What to do if you lose it with your child.
- How to connect on a deeper level with your children.
- Why you shouldn’t provide your kids with treats and bribes after you lose your temper.
- The importance of modeling for your child.
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Featured on the Show:
- I’m giving away a $50 gift card to use on one of my Peaceful Parent courses to 10 lucky listeners who subscribe, rate, and review the show!
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