PARENTS BONUS Take Care of Yourself Copy

The most important parenting skill: Manage yourself. Take care of yourself so you aren’t venting on your child. Intervene before your own feelings get out of hand. Keep your cup full. The more you care for yourself with compassion, the more love and compassion you’ll have for your child. Remember that your child will do every single thing you do, whether that’s yelling or making self-disparaging remarks about your body.  Laura Markham

It’s not easy to be the parent of a teen. Take care of yourself so you can take better care of the people you love. This bonus section offers you powerful tools to feel energetic, happier, healthier and more confident.

TOOLS (especially for parents but AMAZING for teens):

GROWTH MINDSET

AFFIRMATIONS

BETTER QUESTIONS

GRATITUDE

Understanding the Teen Brain Copy

It’s important to remember that even though their brains are learning at peak efficiency, much else is inefficient, including attention, self-discipline, task completion, and emotions. Frances E. Jensen

How to Make the Most of This Course Copy

Welcome to the Introduction for COMMUNICATION MASTERY. We are so grateful to you and so glad you are here.  

You can find the entire workbook below, or you can download specific parts in each section.

Enjoy! And feel free to email michellelehnardt@gmail.com with any questions.

With love and gratitude,

Erik and Michelle

PARENTS BONUS Take Care of Yourself

The most important parenting skill: Manage yourself. Take care of yourself so you aren’t venting on your child. Intervene before your own feelings get out of hand. Keep your cup full. The more you care for yourself with compassion, the more love and compassion you’ll have for your child. Remember that your child will do every single thing you do, whether that’s yelling or making self-disparaging remarks about your body.  Laura Markham

It’s not easy to be the parent of a teen. Take care of yourself so you can take better care of the people you love. This bonus section offers you powerful tools to feel energetic, happier, healthier and more confident.

TOOLS (especially for parents but AMAZING for teens):

GROWTH MINDSET

AFFIRMATIONS

BETTER QUESTIONS

GRATITUDE

Understanding the Teen Brain

It’s important to remember that even though their brains are learning at peak efficiency, much else is inefficient, including attention, self-discipline, task completion, and emotions. Frances E. Jensen