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All parents have aspirations for their children, but these high expectations can quickly become soul crushing and cause real harm. Parenting should not be a competition with winners and losers. Parents need to recognize and embrace who their children are; Christina Fletcher is helping parents reconnect and grow along side their children.  I am so honored that she spent some time with us over on our podcast Take Back Your Health!


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7 thoughts on “Spiritually Aware Parenting Embracing Our Children an Interview with Christina Fletcher

  1. I think parental expectations can make or break your relationship with your child. For some people its really hard to just allow there child to be who they are without constantly trying to steer them to be who they feel is “best”. It’s def not easy, it’s a balancing act.

    Posted on 07/23/2017 at 8:33 pm
  2. I love this. It’s great to have that special connection with your children. Thanks for sharing.

    Posted on 07/24/2017 at 9:58 am
  3. A grandma (aunt of my mom) told my mother recently when she is currently depressed on my brother’s situation, “It always takes a million guts to be a parent”. I really do salute and proud of my mom, she’s a very strong woman.

    Posted on 07/24/2017 at 12:50 pm
  4. Parenting is so different now than it used to be. I do believe that parents are now considering their children’s feelings and accepting them for who they are much more than they used to. I’d love to check this book out. It’s great to get different perspectives.

    Posted on 07/24/2017 at 1:50 pm
  5. being a parent is something special and unique but not all are really parents as it takes alot of guts and patience aswell to have that link with a child. god read here by the way.

    Posted on 07/24/2017 at 9:58 pm
  6. This is something that I think is really hard to do right. If anything, a light touch goes a long way. My parents were never pushy about this stuff when I was young, it was just a simple part of life. And they were always honest about not knowing certain things (as was my church). I think it made a big different. Awesome post and interview! Loved it!

    Posted on 07/24/2017 at 11:07 pm
  7. It is important to maintain support children in recognizing their full potential. It might be a struggle to some, but it is definitely really helpful.

    Posted on 07/29/2017 at 1:11 pm