Self-Doubt – Avoid This Toxic Parenting Legacy

Self-Doubt – Avoid This Toxic Parenting Legacy Self-Doubt limits our potential and destroys our mental health

As parents, we hope our child will be confident and successful. However, even the most well-meaning parents inadvertently and unwittingly instill the self-defeating mindset of self-doubt onto their child/children. This toxic legacy is a big block [Read More;]

How Parents Can Prepare Their Child For Preschool Getting your child ready for preschool is vital for learning outcomes

Preschool is an important step in your child’s life. It is your child’s first foray into the world alone. And this nonetheless shapes his/her view of the external environment for life. Preparing for this transition [Read More;]

Object Relations – Our Primal Need For Loving Connection Having a stable relational bond is crucial for our mental well-being

According to the Object relations theory, our psyche/self develops in relation to others in the environment during childhood. Since the mother is the “primary object/ person’ that a child relates to, his perception of this [Read More;]

The Key To Good Enough Parenting – Repair The Rupture Good parenting is about reconnection, repairing and making a child feel loved and safe

British pediatrician and psychoanalyst, Donald Winnicott coined the phrase ‘good enough mother’. He came to realize that babies and children actually benefit when their caregivers fail them in manageable ways. However, to be good enough, one [Read More;]