Positive parents believe in themselves and others. They look for the best in everyone, and their attitude reflects it.
In the face of pressure or under negative stress, even the best parents can succumb to cognitive distortions or unhealthy thinking patterns from time to time.
The ability to be aware of our negative thinking patterns and parenting to our strengths will help us focus on establishing meaningful, cooperative relationships with children.
Focusing on the positive enables us to remain motivated, inspired, and competent in creating and maintaining a positive learning environment for ourselves and others.
What you will learn from this webinar?
Recognize the common unhealthy thinking patterns to promote problem-solving and positive relationships at home.
Practice mind-body exercises to help maintain a positive mood, increase focus and concentration, boost motivation and mental flexibility.