It’s not only children who grow. Parents do too. As much as we watch to see what our children do with their lives, they are watching us to see what we do with ours. I can’t tell my children to reach for the sun. All I can do is reach for it myself.
– Joyce Maynard

How can Mindful Parents change your life, at home and at work?

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Fulfillment at home

  • Develop deeper interconnections with your children and partner
  • Create a serene and harmonious home environment for everyone
  • Help your kids develop skills to thrive in life
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Effectiveness at work

  • Choose to be self-empowered in what you do
  • Deliver impact and engage cooperations from your colleagues
  • Communicate clearly with assertiveness and compassion
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About Mindful Parents

  • We offer parenting workshops for companies and for parents
  • Our approach goes beyond superficial techniques that focus on managing the behaviors of kids
  • We help you take a deeper look

Recent Posts

  • To ipad or not to ipad
    To ipad or not to ipad
    What’s your tablet policy for your children at home? What games do they play? Have you found that some times it is difficult to take away the tablet when the pre-agreed time is up? I was really alarmed by the article “It’s ‘digital heroin’: How screens turn kids into psychotic junkies” on New York Post, who claims that research has now shown that those iPads, smartphones and Xboxes are a form of digital drug. Is it time to re-think our digital policy at home?...
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  • True choice
    True choice
    When it comes to behaviors, the more choices we have the more flexible we are.  To the presenter who panics in front an audience, imagine if she could have the choice of behaving differently other than panicking. To the parent who blows up every time his children challenge his authority, imagine if he could have the choice of acting differently. To the child who whines when she doesn’t get what she wants, imagine if she could have the choice of another strategy. However true choice is not an intellectual exercise. I can testify this first hand. Intellectually of course I KNOW I should not get upset with my kids because 1) it doesn’t make the situation better and 2) it […]...
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