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How to bring peace when there’s conflict
May 18 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pmFree
For many parents’ conflict can be one of the most stressful times. Whether mom and dad disagree and at the very exact moment, the little one melts down to when your highly academic child comes home with their first low grade on a test. These things set us off in part because there are so many moving parts, and it’s challenging to have perspective. “We are better parents before we have children,” Amy. Now of course I’m exaggerating here but you get me, sometimes we feel that compromised to get a moment of peace and structure for our own personal life and world so we can focus on things like shopping while at the store or resting at night, so we have energy for those buggers in the morning.
Conflict will happen, and we’re modeling how we deal with it to the most important people in our world, our future. When we learn to release control and enable in parenting, we truly succeed as parents, conflict becomes rare, and our home flows with ease. Come learn what and how to make a lasting impact, so conflict becomes easy.
What you will learn:
- Recognize your own personal triggers – lack of sleep, hungry or too warm
- How to deal with your personal triggers
- Ask for help, get support from loved ones who can take the kids for a few hours, solicit your friend who loves to clean to come over and help or hire somebody. When things become too much you need to ask for help.
- Learn to communicate effectively with your children
More about Amy – Amy Vasterling is the only HSC Parenting advisor that provides expert methods from a unique model, she created specifically for parents of a highly sensitive child who want to build lasting bonds with their child and see their HSC thrive in a world where the highly sensitive personality type is seen, valued, and respected. Amy teaches parents to shift their thinking and interactions, often in simple, subtle ways, that help the HSC to claim their own self and identity. Once a parent can do this, they discover that their HSC is their easiest child to parent.