How often have I felt LOST as a parent?
I can tell you, enough times!
Your kid does, says, thinks something and you’re like, ”Jeez! Where did I go wrong?”
You’ve read James Dobson cover to cover…
Gladys Mwiti cover to cover and back again…
Even some parenting diary on The Sunday Nation… Samantha?
Moreover, you have religiously (for some of us, sporadically) consulted The Holy Bible in a bid to find the parenting anchor.
In spite of all these, or perhaps because of, you feel lost, drowned, frustrated, afraid, confused – in a word: inadequate.
You know not what to do, say or think.
Must this feeling of inadequacy be the status quo? Is it a given that you, dear parent must feel lost?
Allow us to provide a forum in which we exchange ideas on how often we feel like failures; how often we feel like giving out our kids, loaning them out because we are, O, so tired of them.
I know, this sounds like sacrilege… However, believe you me, those feelings may be perfectly normal. Let’s explore together how to feel a sense of control, of agency in our parenting.
Join us on the Siri online Parents Camp Certitude, as we also watch our kids develop certitude: The Siri Way.