10 Daily Rituals That Help Parents Bond With Young Children
In chaotic everyday life, parents can leverage the power of intention to ensure that, in addition to loading the dishwasher three times in a day or cleaning up yet another broken plate, they also fit in the actions most important to them – the moments of fun, connection, and closeness with their kids and partners.
Pinpoint the consistent, repetitive actions that you most want to make a part of family life. Setting ritual intentions ensures that the “good stuff,” like playing catch with your kid or having a silly game of hide and seek, doesn’t always get edged out by taking trips to Target or vacuuming the stairs.
Share This Story, Choose Your Platform!
I provide an accepting, encouraging space in which you can explore thoughts and feelings and get clear about next steps. With support, you can feel at ease and take time for yourself to heal from difficult circumstances, reflect on transitions, honor emotions, or take positive steps toward a more joyful, peaceful life. I am warm and compassionate and have a sense of humor, which many people appreciate. A trusting relationship, careful listening, genuine feedback, and solution-focused strategies are important to me. My relationships reflect a deep commitment to being fully present. I love what I do and learn from every person I meet. I admire the way my clients use the process to care for themselves, grow, and be proactive about their lives.
Leave A Comment