Stop and Notice

Sometimes we parents are seriously Type A toward our attachment challenged children.  We are forever working our kids to be better, be focused, be kinder, be organized, be mature, be motivated, be normal.  Wha?  Our kids by definition are working as hard as they can figuring out how to feel safe in their own skins, in their own families. This thing called family life is complex and filled with emotional landmines. 
From where your child began, stop and notice how far s/he has come. Give yourselves a little break from bettering every moment. Slow down. 
Celebrate now. 
Love Matters,
Ce Eshelman, LMFT
Lift your head up from the grindstone.  It’s nice up here.
The Attach Place Logo Next Trust-based Parent Course is planned for March 14th and March 15th, 10am to 3pm each day,  in a new back-to-back, two-day format. Save the dates.
Next Hold Me Tight Couples workshop by Robin Blair, LMFT at The Attach Place is planned for April 17th, 18th and 19th.
The Attach Place supports The Wounded Warrior Project by providing free neurofeedback to veterans.  Feel free to send a soldier our way for an assessment.
Feel free to send this link to friends or family members who you would like to sign-up for Daily YOU Time: Wisdom for Adoptive Parents.

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