Parenting is Leadership
The family structure evolved to protect its members.
Originally, our biggest threats might have been starvation and wild animals, but now, our children are more likely to be at the mercy of social media, bullying, and scary ideas about how they should look.
If you want to have more influence over your child than their peers or the media, you have to revive your role as protector and be their safest place, both emotionally and physically.
When you get clear on what works for your family, you can ignore the unwanted and unsolicited opinions and social pressure from others
Improve the areas creating stress and find more peace in your parenting.
"Patience is amazing. For a long time our mantra has been WWPD? Or what would Patience do? We love you, SERIOUSLY we love you! Thanks for everything, literally from sleep to poo you have been our saving grace!"
"We walked out of class with specific strategies to focus and strengthen our parenting. We found ourselves implementing the information easily that same afternoon.Thank you!"
"Patience is impressively up to date on the latest research. Her advice always makes sense, always feels right for our baby, and always helps reduce the stress in our lives."