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A warm loving heart with lot of compassion, connection and communication. openness of your heart and the vastness of your minds to be flexible with the changes and yet be strong with the flexiblities.

What makes  a good parent  ?

A warm loving heart with lot of compassion, connection and communication. openness of your heart and the vastness of  your minds to be flexible with the changes and yet be strong with the flexiblities. To be vulnerable and accept the weakness and incapacity  of your  own  being ,yet  a strong yearning  to  know and explore the truth and maximising efficiencies. I before being a parent  is a ‘being ‘with my own emotions ,psyche, conditioning and prejudice. For my child to be a happy and self  motivated  child I have to first look deep down to my consciousness The deep subconcious  and unconscious  patterns of my being.  which surface  on the top shelf and projects as an authoritarian  and egocentric parent holdsme back in rejoicing  the immense joy and satisfaction  of  nurturing  and help carving a unique consciousness in the form of my child. My child is not a trophy or an achievement  whom I should exhibit  and decorate seeking admiration. Rather my child is a unique gift of creation being gifted  to me to be aware and present  to my own consciousness. To grow and learn ,to explore and win the beautiful game  of  life..

Couples at any stage of their relationship can benefit from counseling and therapy. While most people consider couples counseling as a last resort before a divorce or breakup, the fact is that happy, healthy couples can also learn valuable lessons from these sessions. If you’re trying to get closer to your partner, the techniques below may help you establish better communication and bonding in the future. Here are the top 5 at-home couples therapy exercises.
1 – Make A List Of Fun Activities To Try Together
One of the best ways to bond with your significant other is by trying new experiences together. This could be as simple as visiting a museum in town, or it could be as complex as going on a cruise to a dream location. Create a list of fun activities to try as a couple, and make an effort to do at least one thing from the list every month. You can make a separate list for family activities, if you desire, but this should be a list just for you and your spouse. Spending some quality time together in an unfamiliar environment will help you connect in a whole new way.
2 – Resolve All Arguments Before You Go To Bed
By now, you’ve probably heard the phrase “don’t go to bed angry.” What may seem like a simple concept is actually a crucial part of at home couples therapy exercises. By going to bed angry, you leave issues unresolved, and you allow yourselves to dwell on the matter throughout the night. If you simply cannot come to terms before bed, make a note to contact your couples counselor in the morning so you can schedule an appointment as soon as possible. The longer you let the issue sit, the more bitter you will both become about it. Fix the problem quickly, and you can move forward to a better quality of life.
3 – Have An “Honesty Hour” At Least Once A Month (Preferably Once A Week)
Honesty should always be a goal in a relationship, but sometime you may find yourself biting your tongue because you don’t want to upset your partner. That’s what the “honesty hour” is for. At least once a month, set aside a full hour of a day where you and your spouse talk about things that bother you – judgment free. You must both agree not to get offended or hold a grudge over anything that is said during this hour. This is set up to give both of you a chance to speak out and truly be heard. When your spouse is talking, LISTEN. He or she will hopefully give you the same courtesy when you have something to say.
If you do not feel comfortable doing this on your own at first, you could practice with your couples counselor to see how the process goes. He or she will tell you if either of you are being defensive so you end up with positive results when you try it on your own.
4 – Set Aside A Special Date Night Every Week
Date nights are great for couples of all ages, no matter how long they have been together. It’s easy to forget about going out on a date when you live with someone and see him or her on a regular basis. Date nights are designed to get you out of the house and allow you to reconnect with your spouse in a fresh environment. If you cannot leave home, send the kids to spend the night with a family member and cook dinner for just the two of you. As long as you make the night special and just about you as a couple, you can fall in love with each other all over again.
5 – Spend Intimate Time Together As Often As Possible
Intimacy is a fundamental component of a thriving relationship. However, it’s important to note that “intimacy” is about more than just sex. It’s about connecting with a person on a deep emotional level, more so than you do with any other person in your life. Every night before you go to sleep, spend some time talking to your spouse in bed – without the TV on, without your cell phone in hand, and without any other distractions that could take you away from this moment. Cuddle, hold each other’s hands, or look into each other’s eyes and take a moment to appreciate the amazing person you’ve chosen to be with. It’s these quiet moments that keep long-la

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