Often times we don’t know how to be present for our children because we are so used to be omg on autopilot.
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Have you ever been with someone with a kid and the other parent was crazy and caused chaos in your relationship? I'm going to let you know why. Check out the video below.
This type of parenting will definitely make your child co-dependent upon the parents to do everything for them. They will never learn to be independent and able to live on their own. As a parent your one job is to raise your child to be able to live without you some day. You don't have to teach them all at one time but it start with small step such as introducing chores and basic responsibilities. We don't want our children to end up as grown adults with kids of their own and they can't do anything for themselves. It was be like the blind leading the blind. Check out the video below.
Our school system is failing our kids and we have to do something about it. Check out the video below for more details
This topic was a controversial one and many people had mixed feelings on it. I personally understand because I myself co-parent in this way with my child father and his other baby mothers. We all are very respectful and stay within our boundaries. We all get alone and just do what we have to for the sake of the kids. I want you to check out the video
I want to first start off with admitting that it is difficult to acknowledge the mistakes that we have made as parents. We only strive to do our best. I want to let you know that it is life and it happens to the best of us. No parent is perfect nor should we strive to be. We all make mistakes but just as long as we learn from them our kids will be okay. Check out the video below to learn about the 20 mistakes that parents make.
PAS is parental alienation. To often that I see parents alienating their child from the other parent for their own selfish reasons. At the end of the day it only hurt the child and nobody wins in the situation. This is a form of abuse. Check out my video below to get more details on this topic.
In order for me to become a better mother I had to do the work on myself first. These are 5 things I started with.
My name is Coach Mo and I coach parents to co-parent with success to coexist in child's life positively.