Do you remember a time when you felt trapped, helpless and in that moment asked the question, “Why me?” I sure do.
I also remember feeling like a victim. I never want to feel that way again.
Have you ever felt that way in your role as a parent? It’s only natural. Until you find your bearings and gather the skills you need, it can be overwhelming.
Through my own personal development, I learned how quickly your perspective can change simply by asking a new question.
“Why” questions can be difficult to answer. They’re also easy to answer in a negative fashion.
“Because God hates me.”
“Because I deserve it.”
Let’s change it up. I’m telling you, even during the moments when you feel overwhelm creeping up. The right question can keep you from going over the edge.
I’m a big fan of the following questions.
“Who must I become to raise my son the way he needs to be raised?”
“Who must I learn from?”
“What must I do to get through this?”
“What one thing can I do to improve this situation?”
These are only a few to help you begin generating more empowering, solution focused questions for yourself.
The right questions can turbocharge the resourcefulness and resilience you and your child need to feel empowered during the most difficult moments.
I can help you become a ninja at this. Interested?