Becoming a Conscious Parent, Dr Genevieve Von Lob

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Clinical psychologist Dr Genevieve von Lob says that we can learn to become more conscious, mindful parents. Although this generation of parents is the most self-aware, we have all learnt templates of parenting from the generations before us. Children are aware of the emotional issues we pass on and reflect them back to us. By taking a step back and calming our busy minds, we can learn to be more authentic parents, and treat both ourselves and our children with kindness.

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