If you've ever felt that it's so much easier to do it alone, if you've dreaded your partner getting involved in a parenting moment - or if you've had deep-seated doubts that you chose the right person to be the other parent of your children - you are not alone.
One of the biggest and most important topics I get asked about (and struggle with myself) is finding peacefulness in the parental relationship too. I think we all feel the vitality and importance of a healthy parental relationship, yet many of us are stunted in how to go about achieving it. We feel triggered, irritated, infuriated and sometimes depressed and despondent at the parent our partner is turning out to be. And we're helpless in changing the situation. No amount of conversation, pleading or control seems to make it better and we're left wondering - is this all there is? Is this as good as it gets?
In my upcoming series, "Parent in Love", I am addressing these issues head on. I cannot promise you perfection (it doesn't exist) or a pain-free partnership. But I can promise you insights and practices that you can put into action today to feel a greater connection with and partnership with your person.
Whilst single parents need huge amounts of support and deserve every substantiation that parents in partnerships do, and more, this particular course is going to serve those who are in a generally stable and healthy marriage or committed relationship, but who struggle to find a connection, communication, and alignment on parenting issues.
In filling out the following, you will help me to ensure that the topics covered in the course are tailor made to answer your pain points on this topic. I'm eternally grateful to you for being part of the "Parent in Love" creation process.
For the purpose of this survey and course, I will refer to your significant other as "Partner" - this is to include committed relationships and marriage (of any sexual orientation).
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