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Leader of Love, and relationship expert, Heather Hans, reveals five of the best gifts parents can give their children this holiday season.
Boulder, CO (PRWEB) November 13, 2012
As the holidays approach, Love Expert and Psychotherapist, Heather Hans, is offering insights and a free 20-min strategy session for men and women looking for success in the World of Love.
1.) Good Nutrition. A nourishing diet is the base for healthy development and productive and satisfying living. Children’s brains do not stop forming until their mid-twenties and they, especially, need a nutritious diet for proper development. Real food, consisting of organic fruit, vegetables, nuts & seeds, legumes, fish and meat is what children need.
2.) A Balanced Lifestyle. Overstimulation is one of the most unloving acts we can allow in a child’s life. It takes effort to adhere to boundaries and create a healthy rate and rhythm in your child’s life, but he/she pays a price when you do not do so, such as compromising their immune system and creating psychological disorders. Having a balanced amount of activities in a day or a week allows a child to feel centered and fully digest their experience.
3.) Presence. Attention is the biggest forms of love you can give to anyone, especially a child. Really listen to your child. What is it like in her world? What are his feelings? The wise and nurturing parent listens more than talks to their child. Get down at eye level and put yourself in their shoes. Make a point of carving out time to be present with them, and put your other thoughts and tasks on hold while you do so.
4.) Praise and Acceptance. It’s so easy for parents to go into “automatic” and point out their child’s needed areas of improvement. And it is important to address these areas if they cause a problem for the child. Boundaries are a key to good health. However, what they need the most is to know how unconditionally loveable they are. They don’t want to know that you know it all. They want to know that they are loved.
5.) Spiritual Education and Support. It’s important to make sure that kids are staying connected to the source on a day-to-day basis. Take the time to discuss spirituality with your children, and remember to encourage them to discover for themselves what God/Life/Love means to them. Having children donate their time at community events is an example of a way kids can feel connected to a bigger purpose.
Call Heather today for a complimentary 20-minute strategy session where she will reveal three things you can do right now to bring forth love in your life. For more information and updates on passionate, healthy, and soulful relationships like Heather on Facebook or follow her on Twitter.
About Heather Hans
Heather Hans, LSW, MSW, CPIC, MSBA, CPA specializes in helping people create extraordinary love in their lives. Heather is dedicated to the highest form of compassionate healing, combing her professional knowledge, ethical leadership and spiritual nurturance to serve the community. She leads therapeutic and educational workshops and serves clients in her private practice. For more information visit http://www.heatherhans.com/.
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