10 Ways to Build Resilience
…even when life as a mom of traumatized kids is kicking your trash!
Developing Resilience as a Parent
Resilience is one of the most important skills that a mom of children affected by issues such as Reactive Attachment Disorder, prenatal drug and alcohol exposure, and complex developmental trauma can master!
As you’re probably already aware, parenting children affected by early childhood trauma is no walk in the park. Unfortunately, trauma is also contagious. The journey can beat us down and shatter our souls if we’re not careful.
Learning how to adapt to change, roll with whatever comes, and bounce back in the face of difficult challenges allows us to face whatever problems come head on, make them mean something, and use them to become stronger and wiser than we were before…not just in spite of whatever challenges we’ve had, but precisely because of them.
Resilience isn’t some magical personality trait reserved only for the lucky few. It’s actually a learned skill set that anyone can master if they’re willing to put in the effort to do it!
This FREE cheat sheet offers 10 effective ways to get started on that journey, even if your life is still messy and intense. Request your copy today!
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Hi! I’m Diana. I’m a wife, a mom to 3 awesome (but challenging) kids, and I'm a certified parent and family coach. Two of my children came to me through adoption and struggle with all sorts of issues including FASD, RAD, ADHD, PTSD, mood disorders, learning disabilities, and a whole lot more. Sometimes they’re my greatest challenge and always my greatest gifts.
Though we’re far from perfect and we still have our less than stellar days, we are healing and we are happy. Our family is living proof that it can and does happen!
I’d love to help you find your way out, too! I have a passion for helping hurting, exhausted moms and families find their way out of darkness and chaos and enjoy a greater sense of connection, peace, and harmony in their lives and in their homes. Learn more at serenitylinkscoaching.com