Have you had those moments where you feel you are failing as a parent? You’re doing better than you think you are! It’s ok to have those moments we aren’t totally proud of. Acknowledging that to ourselves or our kids takes strength and is a lesson in resilience that is important to share.
- As moms or parents, it’s ok to fail. It’s ok to have those moments we aren’t totally proud of. Acknowledging that to ourselves or our kids takes strength and is a lesson in resilience that is important to share.
- We are doing better than we think when it comes to parenting. Our kids are incredibly resilient and it’s important to remember that.
- Shielding our kids from negative emotions is not the goal. Teaching them to process things like anger, disappointment, sadness will help them grow into emotionally mature adults who are also empathetic and caring.
Tools you can add to your toolbox after this episode:
- The befefits of working with a coach?
- How we can teach/model resilience
Meet Leah Davidson
We are Heather Stables and Leah Davidson, registered Speech-Language Pathologists (SLPs) and certified Life Coaches.
We’ve devoted our 30+ years of combined experience as SLPs to helping people rehabilitate and rebuild their lives following traumatic brain injury. Our training has allowed us a unique perspective of the brain. We know the brain, we understand how it works and how resilient it is.
Post traumatic growth is very real, and it is available to you!
We are a pair of self-development junkies. We know that if you have a growth mindset, there is always an opportunity to learn and evolve. And it was this thinking that first attracted us to Life Coaching.
We became Certified Life Coaches through The Life Coach School. It was thanks to their training we discovered tools and concepts that were both unique and powerful.
Now as Life Coaches, we are able to extend our reach and help others move from resistance to resilience following their own form of adversity – something we both know well.
They’re pretty boring, and maybe even messy, but if you would like to read the unedited show transcripts they’re available for you