How to avoid screwing up your kids

Four lessons to use when your kids are growing up to teach them resilience. | taught by Dawn Walton
  • 7 Videos

Course Curriculum

4 Lessons To Bring Up Resilient Kids In A Safe, Loving Environment
44:09
The role of the subconscious in our survival
How our subconscious works
Lesson 1: I love you even if...
Lesson 2: Monsters are real! FREE
Lesson 3: What are your kids teaching you?
Lesson 4: It's not all about them
Conclusion
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Course description

While we are under parental care we are driven to learn behaviours that give us the best chance of survival. It’s a very primitive drive based on the caveman days where if our parents didn’t bond with us we would die.

These days it’s more complex of course.

As a therapist and a person who experienced an abusive childhood, I am very aware how easy it is to screw up our kids – without even trying! I certainly know that I was very worried about the effect my upbringing would have when I had to be a parent myself.

There is no right or wrong answer to parenting. We all do our best. It's just that sometimes we aren't aware of the consequences of what we do.

Through my role as a Cognitive Hypnotherapist I get to see the consequences.

In this course what I have tried to do is give you some simple and practical techniques to bring up your kids in a way that makes them resilient enough to cope with whatever life throws at them

What I hope is that through these techniques you can do as much as possible to stop your kids ending up on a couch to seek help from someone like me one day!

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Instructor

Dawn Walton
Dawn Walton
Cognitive Hypnotherapist and Coach

I am a Cognitive Hypnotherapist based in Scotland, UK. But I don't limit my reach by geography. I help people through Skype and Facetime, I do talks and workshops, I deliver online courses and I have a book called "The Caveman Rules of Survival"

My goal is to help as many people as I can even if it is in a small way.

dawn@thinkitchangeit.com

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Twitter: @thinkitchangeit

Website: www.thinkitchangeitkids.com