One of the most direct ways to address parenting issues is through asking some simple questions. Inquiry is not a new process; people have always asked questions of themselves and others. The key to inquiring in a way that is helpful is in your own willingness to open your mind and see truth beyond what you currently comprehend. Much like a child who asks a question about why the sky is blue, questioning our own beliefs and ways of being can be a naturally curious process.
Simple Inquiry for Parents is a continuing series of discussions that gradually build on each other to deepen your understanding and intentions in parenting and life.
Take one at a time, explore and record your experiences for a month or so, then move on to the next part when you feel ready while still continuing the part before. They all work together for a new experience in parenting and life.
Welcome and thank you for visiting. The purpose of Presence Parenting is to awaken truth one moment at a time. You get to decide what’s true for you. Please do not allow anything you read to contribute toward the potentially debilitating effects of perfect parent syndrome. We are all doing the best we can and we are all together in this journey of parenting.
Are you are struggling as a parent? If so, I’d like to share something invaluable with you: hope. If you would like to change how you respond when parenting feels intense, I invite you to join the Sane Parenting Challenge.