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Stop Watching as Your teen Slip Away

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LEARN HOW TO CONNECT WITH YOUR GRIEVING TEEN

The good thing is there are only 3 SIMPLE STEPS you will take. 

I know you may think you do not have time because your kids need you and you have things to do.

My question to you is? – What happens if you don’t do it NOW?

*The longer you wait, the further apart you will be.

*The grieving process never ends, these steps teach you how to help your kids now versus later.

When my kids dad was murdered, I was SUPERWOMAN.

I took care of all the things in a traumatic situation. 

It was messy because we were no longer together, we were co-parenting.

He had a fiance and 2 more children.  EVERYONE WAS GRIEVING BUT ME  Remember, I am superwoman

I was worried for my children AND I was worried for his children.

I was worried they wouldn’t be able to handle the pain.

I was worried they would be sad all the time.

I was worried they would choose to do bad and not choose good.

I put them in all the things – camp, activities, clubs.
My TEENAGER took the murder really hard. She was at the scene.

The therapist helped to guide through the darkest days… helping her deal with the memories from the murder and getting her to leave her room again.

It worked for a short amount of time. The, she started disconnecting.

  • She stopped talking to her siblings, friends, acquaintances. 
  • She became a recluse.
  • She stopped being interest in her favorite activities.

I wasn’t sure what I could do.

I didn’t want to ‘rock the boat’. I didn’t want to make her cry. I didn’t want to make it worse.

During therapy, I joined a self-coaching program that taught me how brains work intellectually.
Then I learned how to change the way I was thinking (and not phony affirmations that didn’t apply to my situation) and I learned why I was having a hard time grieving my children’s father.  

After I started seeing some of the old emotional patterns changing, I began researching how to heal (not cope 😧) from grief. 

During my research I stumbled across Post-Traumatic Growth and learned how it is possible for us and our kids to make our lives better because of what we have survived. 

I was wondering if I could use some of the coaching to RE-CONNECT with my Trauma Survivor. Her therapy sessions were over and she was still living disconnected.

I started teaching her what I learned but in an inconspicuous way. She was having ah·ma·zing results. I started to work with moms to teach them how to help themselves and their kids. After seeing their results I knew I should teach others.

Now I have the privilege of coaching moms… teaching them the tools they need to get unstuck and help their kids live a better life and not in the shadow of their parental loss. 

Parental loss does not have to define our TEENS or limit our CONNECTION!

I ask you again  – 

What happens if you don’t do it NOW?

*The longer you wait, the further apart you will be.

*The grieving process never ends, these steps teach you how to help your kids now versus later.

I  have done the research, I have lived it twice (yes, 😢). I made it super simple for you because I care.

  • During these 3 SIMPLE STEPS you will learn:
  • How to connect through conversation
  • How to get your teen out of their room
  • How to connect on your teen level
  • How to connect through social media
  • How to be in control of any situation

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