The Illusion of Power


Each of us experiences thoughts and emotions that trigger us to disconnect from our sense of balance and clarity.

Most parents believe that it is their children’s behavior that is responsible for the way they think and feel.

This illusion gives all the power for our happiness over to our children.

We want to shift away from thinking that we can feel good only when they behave well.

Our feelings actually flow from the way we think about our children’s behavior, not the behavior itself.

That’s huge! Read that statement again.

Can you begin to feel the relief in knowing that you can have control over how you feel regardless of how your child…or anyone else…behaves?

You are more powerful than you’ve yet experienced. And the first step in tapping into this power is to release any thoughts that connect your feeling good to the way anyone else behaves.


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Sandi Schwartz

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Sandi Schwartz is one of the world's leading experts in helping parents understand their children. Sandi's compassionate wisdom has emerged from a unique blend of over 40 years as a Child Development Specialist and her willingness to learn more, self-reflect and tame her ego while raising her highly sensitive daughter (who now shares her vision for raising children using emotionally healthy discipline.)   Wouldn't you love to talk with Sandi and learn her secrets? Now you can! Click here to schedule a free consultation.

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