Parenting When You Come From An Abusive Background
Parenting as it is is hard work, and when you come from an abusive childhood it can make parenting even more confusing. For instance, all parents have to set healthy boundaries, give discipline, and positive attention to their children... but for the parent who was abused they need to learn how to do this without any road map of experience and teaching of positive lessons from their own parents. In addition, many parents who were abused find that they are afraid of repeating their parents mistakes, so there is a common emotional barrier to cross as well. Now, with all of these difficulties and more, Mark Dworkin, renowned in the field of Trauma and Recovery, speaks to you in this helpful audio on how you can overcome your past and be the best parent you can be. This product includes a digital MP3 download, compatible with iTunes and all media players that can play MP3s.