17 Must-Have Conversations with Your Child
Life coach, Mark Chernoff, breaks down some important life truths that can shape how children view themselves and their place in the world. Parents, no matter how old your child (or adult child), it’s never too late to help them integrate these lessons.
Our children grow up so fast. Before we know it they’re out there somewhere in the real world, and we’re left hoping that we’ve done enough to prepare them for everything they’ll encounter. Angel and I talk to course students and coaching clients on a regular basis – mothers and fathers alike – who share these sentiments. They worry about their children. They wonder if they’ve done a good enough job parenting up to this point. And Angel and I totally get it too. Oftentimes we feel the same way. We’re concerned about our son Mac’s well-being and education, and we discuss it frequently, just like most parents.
In fact, from what we’ve researched and studied, the well-being and education of their children is more important to most parents than just about anything else – health care, cost of living, public safety, and even their own well-being. And believe it or not, most non-parents also say they’re concerned about the well-being