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I am pleased to introduce to you Ms. Lovely Rose! I’m so touched by her survival story on overcoming anxiety! I love her vulnerability in sharing her journey. Many clients I meet struggle with anxiety and Lovely Rose offers simple yet practical steps for managing anxiety. Meditation is a widely used practice, but as Lovely Rose suggests I would highly recommend personalizing your routine. For example, Buddhists meditate for enlightenment + to connect to their inner self. While Christians meditate on the Word of God to stay connected to Jesus Christ. Do your research + follow your heart in establishing your routine. Without further ado…
You’ve noticed your teen has been struggling with [insert challenging behavior here], because you’re an epic parent. You’re not quite sure what to do since it feels like everything you’ve tried has been unsuccessful. You have heard other people say they’ve found success with therapy, both individual + group therapy. But how the heck do you figure out which one is going to have the deepest impact for maximum success?
No worries epic parent! I’ve got you covered! Here are 5 questions to see if group therapy is right for your teen.
This week's post is from the talented Laneshia Lamb! Laneshia and I instantly connected through a Writer's Group in Ashley Coleman's Write Laugh Dream after I read of her posts. Read that post here. I love how invested in self growth Laneshia is + I'm totally confident you guys will love her too! Here she is...
Hey there Epic Parent!
Parenting is hard. Kids don't come with rule books. If you're a regular subscriber, you've heard me say plenty of times "It takes a village to raise a child." Sometimes we get distracted or caught up in the "the battle" with our teen + it may not feel like you're an epic parent.
Sometimes your kid can say "I hate you" + it's a common teen response. While other times your teen could say "I hate you" + it's a genuine concern. So how do you know you're epic?