Never too Late to Heal Your Relationship with Your Dead (workshop and online event series)
The Consciously Parenting Project
by Rebecca Thompson Hitt
4M ago
Join us as we explore honoring endings and ways we can stay connected and even heal our relationships with our dead. Because it’s Never too Late to Heal… We’re kicking off our new Consciously Connected Village with healing your relationship with your departed ones (beloved or complicated), your relationship with endings, and grief/loss (for yourself or a loved one) whether The post Never too Late to Heal Your Relationship with Your Dead (workshop and online event series) appeared first on The Consciously Parenting Project ..read more
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Introducing the Consciously Connected Village!
The Consciously Parenting Project
by Rebecca Thompson Hitt
5M ago
We’re excited to announce the launch of our new space to connect consciously with yourself and with others at all stages of life. Are you a growth and holistically minded person? Do you have a relationship challenge? (Could be with yourself, or with a particular person in your life. Or maybe you want to better your relationship skills…) Are you The post Introducing the Consciously Connected Village! appeared first on The Consciously Parenting Project ..read more
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16th Birthday of Consciously Parenting!
The Consciously Parenting Project
by Rebecca Thompson Hitt
5M ago
Hello dear ones, Holy cow! 16 years ago, The Consciously Parenting Project launched its first website and courses in September 2007. We started by offering online courses (online then was a conference line that I used a landline phone to dial into!) for families who had children join their families through adoption. It was a 4 week course for $40 The post 16th Birthday of Consciously Parenting! appeared first on The Consciously Parenting Project ..read more
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Attachment Myths and Facts
The Consciously Parenting Project
by Rebecca Thompson Hitt
7M ago
When I was first learning about attachment, I was really confused about what really mattered for a healthy relationship. While baby wearing, extended breastfeeding, and co-sleeping are biological expectations and deserve attention (and were things that I did with my own children and would do again), I think sometimes focusing on a strict adherence to these principles overshadows the message The post Attachment Myths and Facts appeared first on The Consciously Parenting Project ..read more
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Can’t we all just be regulated all the time?
The Consciously Parenting Project
by Rebecca
1y ago
I was talking to a mom about her holidays, and she was really feeling discouraged about how things had gone. Her kids had been fighting a lot and the image she had about how their time together would go didn’t match what actually happened at all. She felt really discouraged. I think so many of us hold ourselves and our The post Can’t we all just be regulated all the time? appeared first on The Consciously Parenting Project ..read more
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What it Really Takes to Raise Emotionally Healthy Families Series- Day 29
The Consciously Parenting Project
by Rebecca Thompson Hitt
1y ago
Self-care Few people disagree with the notion that taking care of ourselves is important. In fact, most of us usually get excited when we start talking about meeting our own needs. But most people don’t take the time to actually do it. There are too many other demands that need to take precedence. I suggest that we don’t have the The post What it Really Takes to Raise Emotionally Healthy Families Series- Day 29 appeared first on The Consciously Parenting Project ..read more
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What it Really Takes to Raise Emotionally Healthy Families Series- Day 28
The Consciously Parenting Project
by Rebecca Thompson Hitt
1y ago
Principle 8: No man is an island. We need to create communities of support for ourselves and for our children. We need to take care of ourselves so that we can take care of our children. We simply cannot do everything that is on our list of things to do and care for the children in the way they need to be The post What it Really Takes to Raise Emotionally Healthy Families Series- Day 28 appeared first on The Consciously Parenting Project ..read more
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What it Really Takes to Raise Emotionally Healthy Families Series- Day 27
The Consciously Parenting Project
by Rebecca Thompson Hitt
1y ago
Awareness of Ourselves When we are calm, well rested, and fed, we are probably pretty good parents. We are able to handle the little bumps in the road—the lost shoes, the dawdling child— without much trouble. But when we’re not on a green light ourselves, we may lose patience during the minor challenges of parenting. And when we are overwhelmed The post What it Really Takes to Raise Emotionally Healthy Families Series- Day 27 appeared first on The Consciously Parenting Project ..read more
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What it Really Takes to Raise Emotionally Healthy Families Series- Day 26
The Consciously Parenting Project
by Rebecca Thompson Hitt
1y ago
Changing Behaviors Through Connection Behaviors can change by inflicting fear (emotional or physical pain, abandonment, separation), which creates disconnection, or by adding loving boundaries (understanding, keeping our child safe, curiosity about what is happening for our child), which creates connection. But when we inflict pain on them, we are saying that stopping this behavior is more important than the child’s The post What it Really Takes to Raise Emotionally Healthy Families Series- Day 26 appeared first on The Consciously Parenting Project ..read more
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What it Really Takes to Raise Emotionally Healthy Families Series- Day 25
The Consciously Parenting Project
by Rebecca Thompson Hitt
1y ago
Children and Boundaries Principle 7: Children need boundaries. We can set appropriate limits for our children while still respecting their needs and feelings–if we are aware of ourselves. (We can ask, for example, “Is this about me? Is this about them? Are my children communicating a need? Is the boundary I’m setting necessary, or is it an opportunity for me The post What it Really Takes to Raise Emotionally Healthy Families Series- Day 25 appeared first on The Consciously Parenting Project ..read more
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