What does Perspoctive mean?

per·spoc·tive

/pərˈspäktiv/     

noun

1. another perspective on a topic

"His perspective on parenting is that parents should blindly do whatever their parents did with him, after all, he says, 'we all turn out fine.' My perspoctive is for parents to take a step back and carefully examine our beliefs & feelings, learning to pay attention to whether we are parenting from our ego or from a consciously loving place within."

 

“When you parent, it’s crucial you realize you aren’t raising a “mini me,” but a spirit throbbing with its own signature. For this reason, it’s important to separate who you are from who each of your children is.”

― Shefali Tsabary, The Conscious Parent

 

Great question! In my life and throughout the research I've done, one thing is crystal clear: our society doesn't teach us the fundamental tools for how to be resilient or reflective.

How does Perspoctive lead to a resilient and reflective child?

 

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