Parental Healing: Paradigm Shift
The concept of Parental Healing might seem foreign to some. Our model of parenting most often involves getting children disciplined, well mannered and successfully schooled. We tend to leave healing to therapists, psychiatrists and the like. Much, if not all, healing involving our children could be done through our parenting. In fact, our parenting becomes a mutual flow of healing, whereby we ourselves find healing. Whatever healing benefits our children benefits us, and vice versa. This forms a reciprocal healing cycle within our parental or child minding relationship.
The book, Parental Healing: Paradigm Shift, presents practical and simple ways to clear space within our parenting for connection and healing. The book explores self healing, mutual healing and relationship healing practices that bring lasting relief and healing to our parenting and child-minding.
It shifts our paradigm to bring freedom, reduced effort and space to our parenting.
Parental Healing: Paradigm shift is a must for all manner of parents, grand parents, child-minders, teachers and care-givers.
- Raymond Koekemoer, March 2011
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