Introduction to the Joyful Parenting Newsletter
Welcome to the first monthly Joyful Parenting Newsletter from A Coach 4 Parents. It is my great pleasure and honor to have an opportunity to share with you all that I find helpful and comforting in the world of parenting. My journey to becoming a PCI Certified Parent Coach®, Certified Positive Discipline Parent Educator and Family Consultant has been exceptionally rewarding. Many of you reading this right now have been my inspiration, as have been my two beautifully vibrant and exuberant teenage daughters, Sierra & Kelsi. I have so much to be grateful for in my abundant life!
Each month you will receive a video containing a one-minute parenting tip, and a supporting article or two from myself and other parenting experts. My objective is to give you knew ways to “be” in your role as a parent, a refreshing view of life with children, and a plethora of tools for your parenting toolbox.
I would also like to encourage you to visit my new website and blog at www.acoach4parents.com. Check back often, as I will be adding lots of great resources and features for you in the coming months.
Be sure to download your free copy of my e-book 8 Strategies for Dealing with Tough Parenting Situations at the bottom of this newsletter!
So, grab a cup of tea, sit back, and enjoy a few minutes of your month with me while I help you to experience more Joyful Parenting!
Wishing you joy in parenting,
Liza Rivas #
I am taking my time to read wonderful blog entries and came upon yours. You know that as a psychologist I feel that parents tend to let their teenagers on the loose assuming that it is ok because they don\'t need us anymore. Well, I have experienced differently beacuse emotionally speaking even if they create a barrier they need us more. I have two toddlers 3 and 1 and I am enjoying every bit of them, I can not deny I dread the day they will not want to be around me, right now my husband and I are their world, but I also feel so excited to see them grow and watch them bloom. It was nice reading your personal stories, I think it is inspiring. love to keep in contact and share ideas.