Dr. Shefali Tsabary: Accepting Your Child Unconditionally
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Dr. Shefali Tsabary: Accepting Your Child as They Are
Parenting is not always easy, and it can feel like work at times. However, when you start to change the way that you think about parenting things become to be easier and they are seen in a clearer light as well. If you are a parent and you seem to keep butting heads with your child one of the things that you may not be thinking about is one of the most important things that Dr. Shefali Tsabary teaches and believes in. The belief that she has is that your child should not be seen as less than you, they should not be seen as someone that you can turn into whomever you want them to be, and they should not be seen as little beings that you can turn around whenever you wish.
What does Dr. Shefali Tsabary mean by all of that?
Dr. Shefali Tsabary teaches about conscious parenting. One of the main keys to conscious parenting that she teaches about is that your children should be seen as equal to you. When you are creating and working on your personal development plan, in the parenting section, you should note this key factor. You see, your children do help you to grow as well so they should not be treated as if they are any less than you in any way at all.
What does Dr. Shefali Tsabary teach?
Dr. Shefali Tsabary has been there and she knows that children are equal. In her own personal development plan she tries to help parents see how interesting and unique their children are. During her conscious parenting methods, Dr. Tsabary says that the parent is to offer their child or their children stability, guidance in the emotional form and keep them safe too. She also shows that the children teach the parent how to live in the now, be more unique, let go of one’s ego, be more joyful and be more spontaneous as well.
How does Dr. Shefali Tsabary apply this method?
Dr. Shefali Tsabary has done her fair share of work on her own personal development plan which is one of the many reasons why she is so well equipped to help others with their personal growth. During her efforts on working with parents to raise their children andthrough her methods of teaching conscious parenting, Dr. Shefali Tsabary shows us that our children should be accepted as they are. She states that many parents have a difficult time accepting their children as they currently are. When she teaches about conscious parenting, she states that if we want our children to grow up trusting in their own beliefs, standing up for themselves and holding true to themselves then conscious parenting can help. Our children are authentic beings, and Dr. Shefali Tsabary teaches that through this type of parenting we can accept our children as they are and this will allow them to grow as greater versions of themselves.
What does the transformation process of conscious parenting include?
Whether you have just started on the parenting portion of your personal development plan or if you have been working on it for a while now, Dr. Shefali Tsabary has some great advice for you - Transform with your child. During her teachings of conscious parenting she talks about how the transformation process works. She states that as much as a parent wishes to transform their child, the parent will be and should be transformed in the same equality.
Parenting is not just a one-way street. In fact, the conscious parenting process that Dr. Shefali Tsabary teaches states that if a parent would release some of the control that they try to have over their child then they would be able to better accept their child as they are. The more that a parent is able to accept their child as they are, the better the relationship will be between the parent and the child. Additionally, throughout every parenting method that has ever been taught Dr. Shefali Tsabary says this is the best method. Parents should treat their children as equals and help them to grow - Not create their children in their own image. Children are unique and they are their own beings who must be allowed to express themselves and teach us as well.
By: Cara Havens
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