The Journal To Transform Your Family ♡
Imagine it is 30 years into the future. It's a Sunday evening, and you are at home, and the doorbell rings. It is your child who has come to visit. As you open the door, you embrace your child. Who are they? What characteristics do they have? What are their values? As you reflect on this scenario, ask yourself, are your current interactions with your child fostering or hindering those good qualities you wish for them to have as an adult?BUY HERE -->
Our Time With Our Child Is Shorter Than We Think ♡
We only have approximately 936 weeks with our children from the day they were born until they leave our nest at age 18 for university or to start life in general. The quality of interactions we have with them during these crucial weeks plays a significant role in who they will become.
If our is consistent, structured, respectful, kind, and supportive of their autonomy, we increase the chance of them becoming resilient, competent, independent, and resourceful adults who thrive in their relationships. On the other hand, inconsistent, conflict-riddled, and punitive interactions increase the risks of our children developing socio-emotional and mental health challenges throughout their lifetime.BUY HERE -->
Our Home Environment Shapes Our Children
The environment we create for our children plays a significant role in who they become. With this Journal, you are guided to intentionally create more healthy, positive interactions that foster a strong, connected, and thriving relationship with your child.
I invite you to take this journey to create the relationship you desire and nurture the social skills you want your child to possess.
Mona Delahooke, PhD
Author of Brain-Body Parenting
This beautiful journal will support parents' relationships with their kids and deepen awareness and self-compassion for themselves, a perfect combination for the parenting journey! I highly recommend it to all parents and caregivers.
Parent of two
I used the Parenting Journal during Dr. Burke's parent coaching program. It has been beneficial as it helped me track my interactions with my kids. Through the Journaling process, I realized I wasn't giving my kids enough positive interactions. My contribution to their misbehaviors was an eye-opener for me.
Parent of Two
“This is a wonderful journal. The worksheets are amazing."
A Journal That Helps You Parent With Intention And Purpose
The Parenting Journal is an ideal journal for parents, guardians, or caregivers who desire to improve or maintain a healthy relationship with their children. The journal helps you in monitoring the types and quality of interactions you have with your children and to proactively take action to improve the relationship. With this journal, you may understand your parenting strengths, limitations, and triggers. As you complete the journal, you will focus not only on the parent-child relationship but also on your personal growth and well-being. When you are healthy in all areas of your life, it becomes easy for you to nurture a loving and meaningful relationship with your children.BUY HERE
Set Weekly Intentions
Healthy relationships do not happen by chance. They are intentionally and thoughtfully nurtured. At the beginning of each week, you set the tone for your interaction with your child by focusing on one of seven key areas you will work on for your personal development. You also set intentions for your interactions with your child
Daily Interactions Inventory
With The Parenting Journal you will take a daily inventory of enjoyable and challenging interactions for 140 days. You will track the things you enjoyed about being a parent. Additionally, you may highlight the things you are grateful for and affirm the aspects of your relationship you want to maintain or improve.
Clarity and Focus
With regular use of The Parenting Journal, you may gain clarity into actions and behaviors that hinder a meaningful, healthy connection with your child. It may also help you to remain focused and consistent with your goal for your parent-child relationship. You may fall off track with your goals, but the Journal as your compass will help you to refocus.