What Do Our Children Really Ask of Us
Have you ever noticed that Harry Potter is an orphan? So is Aladdin. Pippi Longstocking has no mother, and her father is always away. Why are so many heroes of children’s books orphans? Why were the authors whose books we grew up on hinting that a child cannot thrive together with his parents?
Were you happy, confident, and secure growing up with your parents?
Did you feel you were allowed to enjoy life in your parents’ home? That you could admire yourself? That you could be what you want and express everything you feel? If you never felt protected and contained in your parents’ home, the good news is that you are not alone. The bad news is that today, too, many children feel alone when they are at home with Mommy or Daddy.
Build a new type of home for your children, based on honesty, intimacy, and complete trust
Miraculous Parenting is for parents who want to feel excited about their parenting, who are willing to ask tough questions about the way in which we all were raised. You can build your family’s home on entirely new foundations: honesty, intimacy, and complete trust and without threats, punishment, or preaching. This book provides a way to strengthen the love and trust that connects us. It offers an opportunity to strengthen the thread of love and trust that connects us, that gives both parents and children the sense of home without which it’s hard, really hard, to breathe.