The Qualitative theory of simple parenting!

The Qualitative theory of simple parenting!

Often times, in our day to day routines, we tend to rush through everything. Right from how to wake up our children from their precious sleep to hurriedly feeding breakfast and sending them off to school. For all of us who are working are able to see them only once we are back from office, exhausted and drained out of all energy and any kind of excitement left to attend to those yearning for our time and attention. We half heartedly feed them dinner, sometimes in front of the television or sometimes looking at our phones.

We are trapped in a cycle of RESPONSIBILTY-TRYING TO DO IT ALL-FAILING AT SOMETHING-FEELING GUILTY-OVER INDULGING.

WE NEED TO BREAK THIS CYCLE

As conscious, aware and educated parents, it is our foremost priority to break this cycle. And if you put a little bit trust in my theory, I can assure a positive change in the emotional, cognitive and behavioural improvement of your child. And there are no unrealistic, time consuming or fancy things that you have to do. Just a simple, step by step, guided approach to change your feelings and your child’s emotions towards the very same routine that you have. Nothing is going to change other than how we do it.

If you are ready, just follow along!

Before we begin, I want to remind you of the importance and power of the serenity prayer. Say this to yourself whenever you feel the need to calm down your inner senses.

You can download the file and do let me know if you like it. In case it works for you, do give me some feedback 🙂

Happy Parenting Guys!

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