This is about your family right now...and your children's future
Help your kids to be comfortable within themselves, and live with love and purpose
Create deep, loving and supportive family relationships
Make home life an enriching hub for your children and you
We all want the best for our children
Unfortunately, many children these days aren't faring too well. There are increasing rates of anxiety, depression and obesity amongst children, and fewer kids able to cope with the challenges of life.
The statistics aren't great. 1 in 10 kids aged 18-24 years suffer from anxiety, and half experience their first symptom by age 11. By the age of 18, 1 in 5 experience depression. And 25% of our kids aged 2 - 16 years are overweight or obese.
None of us want to see our children amongst these statistics.
Instead, we want a bright future for our kids. We want them to be happy, healthy, experience kindness and joy, be comfortable within themselves, follow their passion, and have a sense of purpose.
We want them to develop good relationships, experience kindness, joy and peace, be confident, and pursue their passions.
Ultimately, we want to help our kids find their 'awesome'! But how?
Strong family relationships bring out the 'awesome' in your family!
You can create strong, loving, supportive relationships within your family
Strong family relationships are the foundation for a happy home life. They also help to future-proof your kids, and help them find their unique brand of 'awesome'!
Firstly, you define your family culture. You decide: 'This is the way we do things in our family'. (Regardless of what other families may be doing).
Secondly, you find ways to keep your family emotionally fit and well. You decide: 'This is how we look after ourselves in our family'. (This usually leads to more love and laughter.)
At Parent Wellbeing, that's what we help families to do.
Join us as we find the 'awesome' in every family!
This is for every family - including yours
Every family is 'awesome'! But unfortunately, our 'awesome' can get buried underneath the daily pressures of home life, work, chores and managing family relationships.
Many of us feel rushed for time, guilty, and not confident that we're doing enough of the 'right thing' to bring out the 'awesome' in our kids.
Sometimes we wish we had more help with our parenting. But we don’t want to seem like we're not coping, and we don't want to get bombarded with more conflicting and confusing parenting advice.
That's why at Parent Wellbeing, we don't tell you how to raise your kids. We know you can decide for yourself.
Instead, it's about helping you to define your family culture and helping you discover some wellbeing practices that will suit your family.
Here are three simple ways you can get involved
1. Vist our Live. Love. Learn blog
Find daily practical parenting ideas and wellbeing inspiration to help you find the 'awesome' in your family. It’s free! Visit our Live. Love. Learn. parenting blog
2. Check out our online parenting courses
Learn everything you need to know about defining your family culture and creating emotional wellbeing in your family through pregnancy, baby and positive parenting from the comfort of your home. Our online parenting courses are affordable, flexible and life-changing! Join an online parenting course
3. Sign up for our Live. Love. Learn weekly enews
Join over 10,000 other parents and get a wrap up of the week’s best emotional wellbeing tips and ideas free to your inbox! Plus receive the free download: ‘6 Top Happiness Tips for Families!’
It's a simple philosophy based on sound psychology
Join psychologist, parenting author and mum, Jodie Benveniste
Parent Wellbeing’s founder and director, Jodie Benveniste, is a psychologist, parenting author and mother of two who understands how we all want the best for our children. Through her 20 years’ experience, she has learnt how simple changes can make a huge difference to every family.
Jodie's online parenting courses are based on evidence-based positive psychology principles and practices. They are strengths-focused, positive and empowering.
They are based on independent research which shows that ‘who we are and how we engage with the world’ are much stronger predictors of how our children develop than what parents know about parenting.
That's why Jodie's online parenting courses focus on helping families to meet their own unique needs, and find their unique brand of 'awesome'.
Through Parent Wellbeing’s blog, online parenting courses and enews, you can learn how to create deep and loving relationships within your family, define and live by your own family culture, and enjoy the best of family life.
Essentially, you’ll learn how to help your kids find their 'awesome' and bring out the 'awesome' in your entire family!
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