Do You Really Know Their Story? (Episode 7)
In this final wrap-up, we discuss having grace and compassion
A band-aid approach does not make for deep connection
This is the seventh – and final – episode in the “Be The Good, See the Good” Series.
Today we wrap up how the uniqueness in each of us strengthens all of us, and how we can work in our strengths and recognize that in others.
“It’s been my experience that you can nearly always enjoy things if you make up your mind firmly that you will.” L.M Montgomery, Anne of Green Gables
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People sometimes have lives that are created in reaction to the pain they have experienced in their own lives.
How can you look for – and create – the world in which you thrive?
We aren’t looking for a band-aid approach or viewpoint on life. What is the deeper story that may be causing the pain and/or reaction?
We need to have grace and compassion for one another – we are all humans, and we all have those not-so-great moments of parenting, and just being!
We have the choice to step out of our reaction and choose how we are going to move forward. We don’t get it right every time, but that doesn’t mean we’ve failed forever.
“The last thing we need in the midst of our struggle is shame for being human.” -Brené Brown
If you want to dig deeper into learning more about your unique personality style, here are some resources for you:
- Join the Mama Says Namaste FaceBook Group
- The Mama Says Namaste Podcast on YouTube
- Personality Profiles (Coaching packages on “Family Portraits”).
- The Parent DISCovery PlayBook: The Ultimate How-To Guide on Understanding Your Tiny Humans
- Be sure to sign up for updates and get access to your free “DISC Family Quick Tips” eBook!
*Podcast music by the awesome Renee & Jeremy who cover “Put a Little Love In Your Heart” by Jackie DeShannon. Props to both of them for this beautiful rendition that epitomizes what I want for families!