Transform your mindfulness practice by incorporating intention setting. Use this to improve and support your parenting goals and deepen your relationship with your child.Read More
Play is really important for your child's growth and development, second only to their relationship with you.Read More
If this is not a transition you chose or desire, your child can learn a lot from you by watching you take inventory of what is positive in your life, and what you are grateful for. It helps them make a habit of doing this during difficult times. This helps to keep the new transition in perspective, whether it feels exciting or daunting, it is one piece of your child's multi-faceted life.Read More
With resiliency, we face our tough experiences. We feel our difficult emotions. And we continue to grow. We continue to engage in the activities we enjoy, we continue to take good care of ourselves, attend to our relationships, pursue our long and short-term goals and we choose to act with behavior that is in line with our integrity.Read More
Decrease vulnerability and increase resiliency.
How does your inner critic impact your child's development? Dr. Kuzirian explores this and provides information on the benefits of self-compassion for the entire family. She includes resources to help you cultivate more self-compassion every day!Read More
Observing the moment relieves us from the constant worry and self-criticism that can cloud our minds when interacting with our children. So practice giving yourself permission to let go of your worries about past or future parenting mistakes and just enjoy the moment. If the moment is not that enjoyable or perhaps it's disappointing, acknowledge this feeling but try to stay awake to what is happening.Read More
Welcome to the Wide Awake Parenting Podcast! I'm your host, Dr. Kirsten Kuzirian and this is our introduction episode. Join us for a weekly conversation on Mindful Parenting. #stayawakeRead More