The Gift Of Parenting - Insights Of An NLP Trainer - Part 03
Welcome to Part 03 of this series of articles on parenting and you can enrich your life with very small and simple steps that you can take based on the principle of Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP), brought to you by 5th Element, Pune. Click Part 01 or Part 02 to read our previous parts.
This week we continue on the theme of how the child's perception of the world is totally different from that of an adults.
The Gift Of Parenting - Insights Of An NLP Trainer - Part 02
Last week I published Part 01 of a series of articles on parenting and how the principles of Neuro Linguistic Programming can help you create more joy and fulfillment in your parenting experience. This week we continue from the last weeks exercise that you would have completed by now and identified the areas in which you will be taking ownership & responsibility for your child's feelings & behaviors.
The Gift Of Parenting - Insights Of An NLP Trainer - Part 01
I have been applying the tools of Neuro Linguistic Programming for almost 4 years now and one of the areas where I apply it on a daily basis and achieve amazing results is with my daughter who is now 6 years old. I share an amazing bond with my daughter and there isn't a single moment with her which is without joy.
I often come across other parents who take parenting for granted and yet I see them struggling, screaming at the child, threatening them with dire consequences should they dare disobey an order. I have even seen some parents hit their child and a few who were absolutely merciless about it.
Benefits Of Learning NLP For Parenting
Only a parent can feel the weighing responsibility other parents face to guide and educate their children through life. You can learn to apply the communication techniques of Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) to the daunting tasks of parenthood.
Disappointment Requires Planning!
Richard Bandler, the co-creator of Neuro Linguistic Programming, often says in his trainings - "disappointment requires planning".
What does this mean for common people who are not trained in the field of NLP?
As a Trainer of NLP based in Pune, I spent some time in discussing this with a few friends. What follows is a summary extracted from those discussions.