“In order to be in your children’s memories tomorrow, you need to be present in their lives today.” I don’t know who coined that saying, but I have readily adopted it as my own.
If you are a parent who wants to develop your “Parentingship” skills, i.e., parenting with Emotional Intelligence (EI), don’t doubt that you are in the right place.
When you consider fully-developed and managed emotions a necessary goal for your children, you are recognizing the important role that emotions play in their lives. You are acknowledging that a fully developed individual should be exposed to the complete range of human experiences, most certainly including emotions.
Your emotions provide valuable data, which allows you to be in touch with your physical and human environment, so that you can fully and confidently interact with others with whom you are in contact, as well as the context within which they are situated. Teaching your children to recognize, analyze and utilize this data appropriately will give them a noticeable advantage in becoming the best version of themselves.
Thus, as a committed parent you should be asking yourself:
- Is my parenting style inspiring and consistent?
- Does my parenting style reflect my own values and boundaries?
- Do I parent with Emotional Intelligence?
- It there a two-way communication between my children and myself or do I lecture them
- Am I doing the best possible parenting job?
Now, I am challenging you: if you answered no to any of these questions and you are curious about what is next, be courageous, accept the challenge, and contact me. One of the first exercises will do together is for you to take an EQi-2.0 Assessment which will allow us to see the level of your emotional intelligence overall, as well as how you score on its various components.
Then we will direct our coaching sessions toward discovering new perspectives that that will guide you toward becoming the best possible parent. From these discoveries you and your kids will benefit for the rest of your lives.
Committed Parentingship Coaching with me will also show you how you and your children can use EI to achieve higher levels of self-confidence, self-esteem and self-efficacy, all leading to your children’s personal and professional success.
How it works.
I provide coaching sessions via Zoom from wherever you are in the world. Each session lasts 60 minutes and normally costs $350 per session.
I always recommend a minimum of six sessions, to give yourself time to fully work on the issues you want to address. For this reason I offer the initial six sessions at the price of $300 each. Also, in order to assess your current parenting style, it is included in the six-session package cost the price of the EQi-2.0 Assessment, which ordinarily costs $200. In addition, to get you started I offer 60-minute complimentary introductory session. Email your request.
Is lack of EI knowledge preventing you from getting where you want to be as a parent? Don’t hesitate to contact me to ask for more information and to schedule your free introductory coaching session. I can hardly wait to support you in discovering your best parenting style and moving into alignment with your own life purpose for the ultimate benefit not only of your children, but also of yourself.
“Remember, you are not managing an inconvenience. You are raising a human being.”
– Kittie Frantz
“Whatever you would have your children become, strive to exhibit in your own lives and conversations.”
– Lydia H.Sigourney
“I have chosen to offer Emotional Intelligence Coaching because I know that if you want to be authentic and pursue your heart’s desire, you’ll need the motivation and skills to take you all the way. Emotional intelligence gives you the most consistent and effective way forward.
Emotional intelligence will not only help you understand and navigate the feelings and motivations of those who become a part of your journey, but it will help you be more authentic, powerful, and creative.
Your emotional intelligence is the foundation for everything else in your life. If you can get that right, the rest will slide into place.”
– Svetlana Whitener