Sharing Your Hopes and Dreams
With Your Child
You have all kinds of hopes and dreams for your child, don't you? And you want to share them so that your teen or young adult understands the great things you want for them.
But did you know, more often than not, your teen with anxiety and depression will interpret your dreams as expectations and feel pressure to fulfill them? This tool helps you understand why and offers you three approaches to relieve the pressure and get on the same page.
As a loving and concerned parent, all you want is for your teenager or young adult to be happy, right?
But if you're the mother of a teen or young adult who lives with extreme anxiety and depression, supporting them in getting there is much harder than it sounds.
Anxiety and depression set up barriers to your child's happiness and success. And the hardest part is, you never know what to expect. You believe you're sharing all the amazing things you wish for your child and they're hearing it as pressure to fulfill your dreams.
The mothers I work with often feel powerless, frustrated and overwhelmed by the impact of anxiety and depression on their kids and their inability to change it.
If this sounds like you, download my tool Sharing Your Hopes and Dreams With Your Child by entering your name and email above to get some guidance and support on how to align your hopes and dreams for your child with their perception of your expectations.