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The 3 Mindset Misconceptions Parents Have About Themselves That Impact Their Child

This week I’ve decided to dedicate the Confident Parent Moment to talking candidly about three misconceptions I hear parents say to me over and over that keep them from feeling confident and may actually have an unintended negative impact on their kids and teens.

As I always say, it is important to be a lit up lighthouse – your mindset is the light. If you don’t have a healthy and clear way of thinking about yourself as a parent, it doesn’t matter what tools are available to you. Join me in this very important conversation (and get a kick out of how much I talk with my hands….yeesh!).

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I am Dr. Victoria, therapist, speaker and trainer to professionals and organizations all over the world. In my 17+ year career I’ve supported people of all ages and backgrounds, dubbed the “parent whisperer” for consistently generating relationship success between partners, and parents with kids. I have been in the depths of what most of them are going through, not as a parent myself, but as a child.


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