I wish I knew ‘then’ I did not need to be perfect, and that I could have limits to what I was willing to do for my children.
Dr. Regina Pally: Executive Co-Director of the Center for Reflective Parenting
This site is here to offer parents a forum in which to share their thoughts and hindsight. It’s here to offer new and deeper perspective – and when you get down to it, perspective is everything.
“The world we have created is a product of our thinking; it cannot be changed without changing our thinking.” Albert Einstein
The ways in which we view our children can greatly influence our relationship with them. A new perspective can make all the difference.
As in a repetitive dance, familiar “steps” are repeated over and over again with our loved ones. A shift in perspective opens new doors and allows for renewed connection.
Through the heartfelt hindsight of fellow parents, current articles, helpful links, timely information and supportive coaching, the goal of this site is to help parents better connect with their children.
As a mother, I needed to be kinder and less judgmental of myself, and the choices I made, because how a mother feels about herself impacts her children
Lysa Parker, author: Attached at the Heart: Eight Proven Parenting Principals for Raising Connected and Compassionate Children.
Thanks for visiting – I hope you find this site informative and helpful.
A Society Who Values its Children Must Cherish Their Parents.