Our 31 days to the inner rhythm of the heart, the root foundation of a house of peace, is in progress. In the vein of those who are setting a New Year’s intention with “one word”, I offer the word of today to you: re-assess. Read on for more…
We are approximately half-way through our thirty-one days to the inner rhythm of the heart. As a reminder, our words to help us on this journey include reconciliation, attentiveness, reverence, courage, love, relentless, unity, building, time, haven, steady, warmth and inner work.
I have heard from so many of you that have enjoyed this series, although there have not been a lot of discussions or comments made publicly on this blog. I would love to hear about you and what process is working in your life.
So, today is your day to re-assess what is working and not working in your parenting life in regard to yelling. Continual assessment is so important, because this helps us change our attitudes, the rhythm in our homes, our approach.
Assessment is also important because we change as we become older and our children change as they become older. Often we enter new stages within our own inner life and within the lives of our children. What may have worked in the past out of necessity now may need to change. And so often, the challenges we face in parenting as not due to the children at all, but due to ourselves.
Thoughts to ponder.