Focus on anyone you are angry at. Let yourself voice your anger out loud but not at the person. Now turn it around and let your inner child say the same thing to you, listening with openness and compassion. Whoever you are angry at can become your teacher for becoming aware of how you may be abandoning yourself.
By Dr. Margaret Paul
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Our relationship with our children offers us a wonderful arena for emotional and spiritual growth, including learning more about loving ourselves, and becoming role models for our children of loving themselves and taking personal responsiblity their feelings. This parenting advice section gives you an opportunity to examine some of your beliefs and expectations regarding parenting, as well as help with parenting issues using the Inner Bonding process.
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This section offers parenting advice, parenting tips, loving parenting with an intent to learn, supporting personal responsibility in children, teaching Inner Bonding to children, using the Inner Bonding process in parenting, conflict resolution with children.
Parenting is challenging, sometimes extremely so. In this section we examine the authoritarian and permissive parenting styles, and offer alternatives. Here are articles to help parents move beyond authoritarian and permissive parenting styles into loving parenting that promotes personal responsiblity in children - using Inner Bonding for conflict resolution and to promote self-esteem, emotional health and spiritual connection in children.
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