Posted by: coachingparents | August 22, 2010

Why Would You Like A Friend, a Parent Coach on A Parenting Journey?

Parenting is a giant question mark (?) for many people, but it doesn’t have to be this way. You must know that whatever challenges you are facing, there are practical solutions that a parenting coach can provide you. Can you imagine how much easier parenting might be with a friend who supports you each step of the way? A parenting coach can help you find answers to the issues that you are having with your children. There are certified parenting coaches who are excellent resources in your times of need and struggle.

Parenting Coaches Help with a Variety of Different Issues
There are several issues that parents deal with on a daily basis that only adds to the stress of their life. Many typical problems include:

  • Daily homework hassles
  • Battles over the TV, video games and computer
  • You working harder at their education than they are
  • Kids who won’t get up in the morning
  • Disrespect
  • Communication
  • Picky eating
  • No motivation or a lack of effort to help you out or to do their own work
  • Poor self-esteem and self-image
  • ADD and ADHD problems

Parenting Coaches Help in Resolving Issues
Many parents deal with these struggles on a regular basis. They may sound like typical parenting problems, but resolving these issues could make your daily life much easier. This is where parenting coaching comes in. There are numerous benefits to using a parenting coach that you may not realize until you start discussing the changes you need to make with your parenting coach.

A parenting coach will teach you to break down the issues that you are currently dealing with and will teach you to analyze what is and what is not working for you. You will be able to clearly decide on the outcomes that you want in your life. They will also teach you how to expand the current parenting skills that you have and will encourage you to utilize new concepts that you have not yet tried.

Many parents do not have any issues with their first child. They often begin to see issues after they have had a second child. In many situations, it is almost as if the children have decided to work against mom and dad, especially as they grow older and are able to decide on things that they want to do versus what mom or dad wants them to do. These are typical issues that occur, but they are also solvable issues that you can remedy with the help of a parenting coach before they get out of control.

Adding to Your Resources

A certified parent coach can be an excellent addition to your arsenal of parenting resources. They often have years of experience within their field, or they are a practitioners who know how to deal with these types of issues from years of working with parents and their children.

Parents themselves often benefit personally from coaching because they have a fresh set of eyes to look at the situation and gain confidence in their own skills. A parent coach can help them look through their anger and frustration so that they can begin to rebuild their relationships with their children. Parents learn to become more confident in their parenting and are able to find the balance they have been looking for in their lives.

The great thing about parent coaching is that it doesn’t matter how old your children are. You can begin to implement what you have learned as soon as you realize that your youngest child is beginning to show the same behavioral issues that your oldest children have shown. The main benefit of parent coaching is that the skills parents learn are universal and undying. They are able to apply the same skills and knowledge with all of their children.

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