Have you ever stopped and think about who is suffering because you are failing to check your blind spots?
Finding your parenting through your blind spots to help your child.
Think about this for a minute.
When you are taught to drive, you are told not to forget to look in your blind spot.
If you forget to check your blind spots, it could cause significant repercussions.
The dictionary defines a blind spot as an area where a person’s view is obstructed.
Who do you think is suffering because you are ignoring your blind spots?
Listen up, Mom!!
Your child is suffering because you are ignoring your blind spots!!
For you to help your child, you have to stop ignoring your blind spots.
You have to stop ignoring the fact that something is going on with your child.
You have to stop ignoring that your child is….
Has major behavioral issues
Will does not eat certain foods
Is sick all the time
You know this is not good, but you forget to look in all of your blind spots.
I’m sure the reason you are ignoring this blind spot is that you are …
But…. I think it’s time for you to realize that ignoring these blind spots will continue to make matters worse.
Your child will not get better if you continue to ignore this blind spot.
Your child will continue to suffer if you don’t do something to help them that involves lowering their total toxic load.
Regardless of the diagnosis, your child needs your help.
Here’s the deal: If you want your child to have a better quality of life, you must stop ignoring what matters.
You have to stop ignoring the fact that your child is amongst one of the sickest generations.
It’s not your fault, and you are not the only one!!
Get past the diagnosis and stop ignoring your blind spots.
Unfortunately, when those diagnoses are given, we think it’s nothing more that can help our children.
SO what do we do absolutely NOTHING!!
We think just because a child has a diagnosis, game over.
That’s when the blind spots get ignored.
Stop ignoring your blind spots because your child will continue to suffer if you continue to do this.
So what can you do to help your child suffering because you are failing to look in your blind spots?
Understand that all of the symptoms your child is presenting have a root cause. Your job is to help by getting down to the root cause to help your child.
Understand that if you continue to ignore the external factors that play a role in your child’s health, your child will not get better.
Understand that your child is suffering when you refuse to put in the effort and look in your blind spots.
Understand that lowering your child’s overall total toxic load will help your child gain a better quality of life.
Your child needs you to STOP and check your blind spots.
Once you start to look in your blind spots, your child will get better.
This program will open up this Fall and provide you with the tools, support, and accountability.
There is no need for your child to suffer because you fail to look in your blind spots.
If you have any questions, PM me, and I will do my best to help you identify what you might be missing.