Where do you start with this topic, right? I am reading May Cause Miracles by Gabrielle Bernstein right now and her affirmations and requests on how to view relationships is so enlightening. I know if I hadn’t taken the Landmark Forum a few years ago (and many courses since) my view on relationships would still be jaded and my parenting would be deeply effected.
I’d still be blaming others for my actions, finding what’s wrong with everybody else (yikes) and reacting (oh, that’s a big one) to everything that life hands me. Which, in turn means our children would be getting the short end of the stick.
In the past year I’ve found in my friend Monika Hoyt, a Relationship Coach and an amazing resource of experience and (free!) programming to support wherever you are in your relationships, specifically the relationship to whom you are raising children with. She recently launched a free webinar with modules and exercises that blew me away. In other words, you’re gonna want whatever she’s got. I experienced a breakthrough in the first five minutes I sat down to watch a module from her latest program.
For me, what makes my parenting more difficult is when my husband and I are struggling. We all have these conversations: not enough time, not enough money, not enough space, not enough playtime, not enough date nights and the list goes on. When we don’t take time for ourselves and we don’t have time to create and maintain that connection the walls begin to crumble around us and that makes parenting our two girls oh so difficult.
I have had the pleasure of interviewing Monika not once, but twice in the last year. The most recent interview was during the Healthy Happy Kids Telesummit and I want to share it here with you.
To listen to interview, CLICK HERE. (tune in to minute 90:11)
In this interview Monika Hoyt discusses how limiting beliefs show up in our relationships, how that affects our parenting and what we can do about it.
What’s a limiting belief you consistently see in yourself?