A workshop to explore connection in parenting
How would it feel to be more present in your relationship with your child? To feel more at ease? To feel more secure?
Parenting Comfortably is an opportunity for parents to come together and to speak about what it’s like to be a parent and what gets in the way of connecting with their children. It’s a space to listen and to be heard. Among other things, we will look at:
How regulating your emotions can help you to find the way back to your centre, especially when things get rocky
How attuning to your children can help you to cut through the triggers, the stories from the past and the habitual responses, and connect with your children in the beautiful simplicity of the moment
It may sound quite far removed from day-to-day parenting, so I recorded a story that illustrates how staying connected with myself and my daughter saved us from a massive fall out in the middle of the shopping center:
Applying these skills can lead to an upward spiral: the easier you can come back to your centre, the easier it is to see what your children need from you, the more comfortably your parenting flows...
10am-noon, Saturday 23rd March
South Library, Pixton, Emerson College, Forest Row, RH18 5JX
Bookings: £27 per person, book your place here