How to avoid screwing up your kids
As you grow up you are learning lessons from your parents and the people around you. These lessons are used by your subconscious to keep you safe once you become an adult. The problem is, these lessons are based on the caveman days where the threat of death from sabre toothed tigers was very real.
There are three rules that are applied by your subconscious:
1. If something hurts you then you will die. This is the fight or flight response that is designed to protect us when physically attacked. These days the fight or flight response kicks in if we think something is going to hurt us emotionally.
2. If your mother doesn't love you then you'll die. This is from the caveman days where if you didn't bond with your mother then she wouldn't care for you and you'll die. These days survival is not based on love and yet we are programmed to connect everything to it as we grow up.
3. If you are not part of a pack you will die. Again, in the caveman days you had no chance of surviving without your fellow cavemen. These days you will survive perfectly well on your own.
As a child grows up their subconscious is applying each of these rules and learning lessons. When someone comes to me for therapy, it is almost always because of a rule in their rule book that doesn't need to be there. My job as a therapist is to reprogramme the rule book.
This course is for parents to help them teach their children resilient thinking. Through application of the ideas in this course, it reduces the likelihood of a child ending up with a rule in their rule book that will lead to them seeking out a therapist in their adult life!
It is not a practical guide on parenting. It is designed to help give your children tools to deal with their own problems. It will also make your life a lot easier as a parent!
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