Don't Fix Me; I'm Not Broken

Don't Fix Me; I'm Not Broken

Parenting is not about fixing children with labels, it's changing our minds to parent from unconditional love rather than fear.

Don't Fix Me; I'm Not Broken

Parenting is not about fixing children with labels, it's changing our minds to parent from unconditional love rather than fear.

Paperback £11.99 || $19.95

Jun 24, 2011
978-1-84694-466-6

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Parenting from unconditional love rather than fear means recognizing the spiritual truth of our children rather than focusing on brokenness and deficits.  No child is a mistake; no child is broken.  Don’t Fix Me I’m Not Broken teaches the perspective that parenting is a spiritual classroom in which parents can learn to parent from a place of inner peace no matter what struggles their children are having.  When we trust God’s voice of oneness in the world as it works through us and through our children, we learn to accept what is.  Accepting what is means realizing that it is the beliefs and story we create around our child’s disability, disorder, or disease that causes unhappiness or grief, not the disorder or disability implied by the label.  We can either buy into the traditional stories about these labels or choose peace instead.  Parents of children with labels or any child who is struggling or just being every-day difficult can either embrace this opportunity for spiritual growth or stay stuck in the anger, pain, and the sadness.  It is a choice.

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