Sarah Scott is a certified Positive Discipline parent educator. That means she works with struggling parents of three- to twelve-year-old kiddos to help them stop losing it on their kids and create a strong connection to win cooperation.
Sarah lives in beautiful British Columbia with her 4 homeschooled children.
Sarah Scott and I discuss how changing your perspective shifts your homeschool.
“Stop being responsible for your kids’ happiness. But don’t make them miserable either. Change your mindset from your kids are driving you crazy, to your kids are struggling.”Sarah Scott, Certified Positive Discipline Educator
Sarah Scott and I discuss how changing your perspective on parenting and discipline shifts your homeschool.
- She works with struggling parents to help them stop losing it on their three to twelve-year-old aged kids and create a strong connection to win cooperation.
- You can stop being responsible for your kid’s happiness.
- How not to be a victim parent and assume that our kids’ emotional reactions are an attack on ourselves.
- Acknowledge your emotional needs.
- Speak into a mirror and speak kindly to yourself when you need to self-nurture.
- Write yourself love letters as an act of self-care.
You can find Sarah Scott online at:
- Parenting Solution Finders
- Sarah’s Facebook page:
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Grappling with Overwhelm Journaling Workbook
Journal questions & workbook that aid in your self-exploration to help address your needs, gain satisfying relationships and shift your homeschool perspective.
This can be a self-coaching workbook can be a self-coaching tool to help you discover the barriers getting in the way of your satisfying homeschool life, create a plan to address your relationships, needs & homeschools, and thereby, shift your homeschool experience.
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