As parents, we often want nothing more than to get it right for our children. With the knowledge of child development and psychology having become increasingly mainstream, we know more than ever before about the impact of our parenting. However, the pressure this can raise not only leaves us anxious but, in fact, can take us further away from effectively parenting our actual child.
THIS IS A REPLAY OF THE WORKSHOP.
- The growth of parenting perfectionism (and why we can feel that so much is at stake)
- Why mistakes feel catastrophic - The importance of being 'good enough' (and what this really means)
- Growing tolerance for our imperfections
- A gift to our children - being ok with getting it wrong