Connection & Kindness The Key To Changing The World Through Parenting.
Erin Taylor's insightfulness in her new book is so powerful, especially for today's ever changing world. It can be transforming to those parents who are looking for another way of parenting their children with an open and authentic way of communicating.
Erin talks about how important it is to allow a normal developmental process to take place for each individual child's natural progression. For no two children are alike.
She covers a lot of important conscious parenting topics. The one that stood out the most was forcing a child's development before they are ready to make their next shift, because it can be so counterproductive.
Erins style is truly authentic, heartfelt and self reflective. She lives her life from within the vortex.
Her ability to parent from the present moment is what Intentional Conscious Parenting is all about.
This is a must have book for your conscious parenting library.
Review by: Stacy Toten and Carol Lawrence
Erin also offers a four week course to go along with her book.
In her course, she looks at all the components of conscious parenting (based on the work of Dr. Shefali Tsabary) and how kindness to others, to your child and to yourself is a vital component of being a conscious parent.
Erin Taylor is a therapist, author and PCI Certified Parent Coach ® who has completed the Parent Coach Certification ®, while also being a happily-married mom to four kids. Her oldest daughter died of a heart defect when she was a baby, but she has been blessed with three other fun-loving, energetic, heart-healthy kids. Since she was a very young girl, she has always known that she wanted to improve the lives of children. For over 18 years, she has worked as a therapist with families of all kinds. Now, as a parent coach, She works with parents to help them develop deeper, healthier, more fulfilling relationships with their children.
Learn more about Erin's books and courses on her website It Takes A Village
Join her on social media on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/ItTakesAVillageParentCoaching and Twitter @parentcoacherin