The 1 Lesson Every Parent Can Learn from Their Kids

By Amy Leo
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Amy Leo is a fellow human being doing the best she can. She is a three principles paradigm coach, singer-songwriter, and travel addict. With a background in social work and mental health education, she is passionate about alleviating human psychological suffering and travels the world sharing a simple, profound, and scientific truth of how our human minds can work for us, instead of against us...particularly when it comes to our relationships. She loves dogs, her Finnish fiancé (she is even learning Finnish to prove it!), and could put Tzatziki sauce on nearly anything.
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Elizabeth
Elizabeth

This was inspiring and I enjoyed the article. I agree with the concept of how children can change a parent. I’m learning how to be a better parent everyday, and it helps to read the good advice you guys offer. Thank You.

Tracy
Tracy

I am Tracy. I am on Day 4. I fully intend to write this list when I get home because I’m committed to this process of the 30 Days of Brave. What scares me (sitting here waiting on my 11 year old granddaughter to get out of school in her lady day) is what if the PTSD won’t let me remember those dreams when I go to write the list? These are the scary things thoughts that hold me back and the reason I began this challenge. I want no more of these foreboding thoughts! I’m working towards my first thoughts to be positive ones like, ” Oh, this dream assignment is going tho be a blast! I can’t wait tho get home and grey started!” Thanks for reaching. …stay tuned in for bravery…

Kate
Kate

F*ing fantastic read!!!

Phoenix
Phoenix

As a high school student that deals with an anxiety disorder I found this very inspiring and applicable! Thank you for the advice and the well-written article!

Craftalicious
Craftalicious

Thank you so much for the article! It’s really inspiring. I was bullied as a child for being quirky, but I always stuck to it. This sounds like my childhood.

Jeanette Selfridge

I am Jeanette , a mother of three . Nothing strange there ,however these three children have taught me many valuable things that I try now to embrace in my own life. I have two daughters and one son . my eldest daughter has learning difficulties on the severe end . she finds something to laugh at in the toughest times , she searches for rainbows after it rains , she loves to splash in puddles and I love running and jumping in puddles with her .she has taught me to search for that inner child inside me .

Irene A Holl
Irene A Holl

For me right now to tap into my
inner child is to take time and color. I bought a coloring book and a big box of crayons. I am just going to let my creative juices flow and let my mind just chill.

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