Heart-based parent coaching

Heart-based parent coaching is what I do. I coach parents on how to parent their children majoring in the hearts of their children. This kind of parenting is very effective. Know what’s going on in your child’s heart, in order to effectively nurture them and have them grow into responsible adults and citizens. Character training starts in the home. Or let me say it should start in the home. Yes, daycares, schools, and the church do help, but parents are supposed to be the primary coaches of their children. The home is the primary training ground.

Heart-based parent coaching-Why?

A heart-based approach to parenting is very effective. God is interested in the heart because it is the central processing unit of a person. When the heart is functions right so is the child. That’s where real and lasting change takes place. He created the heart as a central processing unit. When the heart is working correctly, it enables children to mature & respond to life in productive ways. This approach focuses on the heart of the child and the parent. When the parent is prayerfully looking at the issues pertaining to the heart of the child, they also see where they have deficiencies as a parent.

When the parent is having challenges in their parenting and is stuck, they need somebody who helps them. That’s where a parenting coach comes in. It does not mean you don’t know what you are doing. Neither does it you have been parenting wrong. But, as the African proverb says, ” It takes a village to help a child.” You need all the resources you can get to help you navigate parenting.

I coach you, on how to identify heart issues in your child. And give you tools you can utilize, to help your child move from where they are to where they are supposed to be. Your kid is not a bad kid. He/she just needs the guidance that’s appropriate for what’s going on in his/her heart.

You get to the heart, https://nurturenavigation.com/2019/11/01/what-is-the-heart/, you get to the kid!

Heart-based parent coaching-What kind of issues do parents deal with?

  • lack of respect
  • blaming shifting
  • sibling rivalry
  • justifying when corrected
  • bad attitudes
  • being disrespectful
  • uncooperative
  • anger in kids
  • even anger in parents themselves
  • lying
  • children who can’t accept ‘no’ for an answer, sibling conflict,
  • potty training struggles & the list goes on.

The thing is children’s personalities and tendencies are different, even those sharing the same mom and dad. Different ages call for different ways of dealing with the parents. The parent needs to personalize how they deal with their children.

But, there is a way to make it easier. It’s not that you are a bad parent or your child is a bad kid. You need effective principles and tools. Here, you will learn a heart-based approach to parenting, and you will watch as your child flourishes into an amazing individual. Not that your child wasn’t amazing before, but there is always room for change.