Now that the gift-giving holidays have past, we are looking towards the new year.
What do you want in 2020?
How do you want to change in 2020?
In order to answer those questions, look back at what went well in 2019.
What do you want to change?
What do you want to continue?
Especially with your children, take the time to think about what worked for your relationship and what didn’t.
Ask yourself what emotions you want to drive your interactions with your teen in 2020.
Often as parents, we feel worry, frustration or fear. Of course this is normal, but not the emotions I want driving my actions.
This year, I want to be aware and intentional. When worry, frustration and fear come up for me, I want to allow them. I do not want to allow them to dictate my interactions with others.
Set up a free parent consultation to learn how to be more aware and intentional.