The Roller Coaster of Parenting

My son and his wife are expecting their first child in January, he asked me the other day “mum can you give me a program that will make sure our child doesn’t have any problems”

Unfortunately, that “program” doesn’t exist.

However, what we can do is give the brain the best opportunity to develop and mature to support successful learning and growth as a unique individual.

As a parent we all just want everything to be perfect, but I have learned as I am sure many of you have that raising a child is a roller coaster of emotions, high and low.  What we do know and have irrefutable evidence of, is that if our brain has not developed as well as it may have, then based upon the gift of neuroplasticity we can provide a second opportunity.

Give your child’s brain the gift of a second opportunity, use the power of neuroplasticity to help them become the best they can be. Give them the opportunity to access learning more easily and efficiently, to develop and maintain friendships, to feel a sense of confidence and self-worth.

Between now and the start of 2019 we can make a big difference, act now and be prepared for a better year ahead

Book a 5 min chat with me to talk about your child and how one of the Programs I use may be one of the greatest gifts you give them https://calendly.com/links2learning/5minphonechat

Learn how brain processing affects learning and behaviour and hear firsthand from families just like yours how their lives changed for the better https://www.links2learning.com.au/learn-more-about-the-listening-program/

Poor Behaviour is often not a result of Bad Parenting. By understanding the underlying cause of your child’s behaviour, we know how to help them. using drug free, non invasive, brain based methods.

Learn what the secret is…

Why Does my Child find making Friends so Challenging?

Understand why your child may prefer to play alone, why they appear to have no friends. More importantly learn how you can help them overcome this difficulty, leading to a much happier child (and of course you as a parent!)

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I Just Don’t Understand You

I Just Don’t Understand….Sound Familiar?

Is This Your (or Your Child’s) Everyday??

We all need to feel understood……how frustrating is it when you feel like someone doesn’t understand what you are saying?
Equally we all need to feel like WE understand…..how anxious or stressed do we feel when we aren’t quite sure whats going on?

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