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8th Happily Family Conference ~ Day 2

Updated: Jan 28



Day 2 is about being a good parent by focusing on ourselves. We learned about:


- How to handle anger. - How to care for our own mental health. - How to have self-compassion

(even when we don’t have time to sit on a cushion and say “om” 🕉). - How to parent with a partner, getting (and staying) on the same page. - What steps to take when we’re miserable in our parenting

or other areas of your life.


Every day of the conference, five presentations are available for 24 hour starting at 6 a.m. Pacific, January 23-27.  All 25 interviews will be available on replay for FREE on Tuesday, January 28th. You can purchase a lifetime access to the conference videos with closed captioning, transcripts, MP3 audio recordings, and a certificate of participation for just $97 (that’s $100 off) until midnight on Tuesday Jan 28th .

Click here to see this amazing offer!

***

*** GIVEAWAY! ***

Would you like to be entered to win lifetime access to this conference?

For every 100 new subscriptions to this conference using my partner link

before Tuesday, 9:00 pm PST, I get a FREE package to giveaway!

Here's how it works:

1. Subscribe using this link:

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2. Share this link with your family, friends, and colleagues

so we actually reach 100 new subscriptions!

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3. If you already subscribed using another link

and would love to be entered in the draw, simply email leeloupoppins@peaceloveyoga.fun




Day 2 Featured Speakers are:

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Kim John Payne has been quietly and passionately helping parents find do-able ways to build deep connections with their children that give families resilience and simple joy. He is the author of several books including Simplicity Parenting, The Soul of Discipline, and his most recent book Being At Your Best When Your Kids Are At Their Worst. In his new book, Kim John Payne writes that “how we handle the storms and struggles is what will ultimately define us in the eyes of our kids”. Kim says that when kids are angry that they are vulnerable and he shares a practice that we can use to break the cycle of action and reaction with our kids. The first step is to look at our own trigger points.

“I have never met a disobedient in my life. Only a disoriented one.”

- Kim John Payne -

Dr. Kelly Brogan, is a holistic psychiatrist, author of A Mind of Your Own, We know from science that our emotions are contagious and our own mental health impacts our children. Dr. Kelly Brogan talks about how to take charge of our mental health with lifestyle medicine (whole food diet, sleep, exercise, meditation, etc) rather than prescription drugs. This conversation is relevant to anyone who is curious about improving and maintaining their health naturally.

Dr. Susan M. Pollak iis a longtime student of meditation and yoga who has been integrating the practices of meditation into psychotherapy since the 1980s. Susan has authored several books including her most recent, Self-Compassion for Parents: Nurture Your Child by Caring for Yourself. While most parenting books are about how to fix our kids and help them to succeed, Susan takes a different approach by encouraging parents to look at themselves. She shows us how mindfulness and self-compassion (focusing on ourselves) actually makes a difference with our kids. And she shares practical mindfulness tools that, within minutes, give us relief.


Dayna Abraham is the Founder of Lemonlime Adventures. Jason Abraham, in addition to participating in Lemonlime Adventures, has a background in personal growth and mindset. Based on the research of relationships, Dayna and Jason share a simple 4-step process to get on the same page with your partner and support each other.


Dr. Lynyetta Willis is a licensed psychologist who specialties in trauma; parenting and couples issues; mindfulness, stress reduction, and spiritually-centered therapy. In this entertaining, not-to-be-missed conversation, Lynyetta shares 5 steps to break out of the misery and reconnect with our joy, even if you’re the only one in your family doing the work.


Click here to see More and Register at NO COST.



Note: All presentations will stream for 24 hours for FREE starting at 6 a.m. Pacific. All presentations will be available on replay on Tuesday, While the conference is FREE all week… you can get the conference videos with closed captioning, transcripts, MP3 audio recordings, and a certificate of participation for just $97 (that’s $100 off) until midnight on Tuesday Jan 28th.


Click here to see this amazing offer!

*This article contains affiliate links to Happily Family Conference and the speakers' books on amazon.ca. Affiliate links means that if your purchase any of these suggested resources through these links, I earn a small commission. This is an amazing way to support the development of this website, and playdates in our community. Thank you for being on board about mindful parenting, and contributing to make this world a better place, one family at a time!


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