Membership Giveaway

Gold-Membership-Giveaway

When I became pregnant with my first child, I wanted really good information. At the time (19 years ago!), I would go to Barnes and Noble and sit on the floor to look at the parenting books. Some were clearly awful and disconnecting. They turned my stomach and I knew they weren’t for me.

Other books were clearly speaking my language and felt good to me. Others were in the murky area between what I had seen and experienced growing up in the United States in the 70’s and 80’s (familiar, though not necessarily what I wanted to do) and what I thought I wanted.

And this was the era of dial-up internet, so the internet wasn’t really a resource yet- or a bombardment of noise and more confusion as it has now become.

And still, it was hard to find my way. It was hard to find the resources that felt good to me that would help me to find my own way through to connection. Resources that looked at the big picture of parenting, as well as the smaller (big in that moment, of course!) challenges.

It shouldn’t have been so hard.

Maybe you’re trying to find your own way, too, just like I was. Maybe you can relate to my story (probably minus the dial-up references to find parenting information, most likely, or going to Barnes and Noble to look at books…).

Over the past 10 years, I’ve been creating resources for parents. The information assembled in my new Learning Center is what I discovered when I was looking through all those books and research studies for my Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. These are the good resources that help you to connect, stay connected and reconnect with your kids and in your family.

I’ve done hundreds of hours of interviews and content creation to provide inspiration, support, and education that’s accessible to all parents who are looking for it.

That’s important to me.

When my kids were little, my husband was a school teacher and we were making just enough money to get by. I didn’t have less of a need for good information because I didn’t have money to pay for sessions or support, even if I did find someone who was good and could actually help. (Another blog post altogether!) So it’s extra important that I have resources that are free and low cost so that all families can get support!

With that background in mind, I’m going to be giving away 4 one-year memberships to the new Consciously Parenting Learning Center and Community. These are the GOLD memberships, so you get all the support of the Healing Story Circles- lovely spaces to connect with other parents via video chat where we create a safe container to share whatever is on your heart and mind so you can find your own answers- and all the content for a full year- as a gift.

To Enter:

1. Sign up below for our newsletter and to be notified if you’re the winner!

2. Sign up for our FREE Membership – click here.

3. Make a comment below about why a Gold Membership would be helpful to you and your family.

4. Share this post on social media and come back to this page and comment to let us know where you shared it. You get an entry for each share.

5. If you have a financial need, you can reply to the email you receive when you sign up and let us know. We’ll give you an extra entry. Tell us what’s going on for your family right now and how it would help!

Stories, pictures, and videos get extra entries.

Please share with your friends so everyone who needs support can find us. My life’s work is to change the way we, as a society, parent our children so that we can raise a generation of kids who are connected to themselves, connected to their family, and able to contribute to the world in a positive way. My offering here are resources, inspiration, and education to help make that happen for you beginning today!

10 thoughts on “Membership Giveaway

  1. Dana Wilson says:

    My husband and I are very interested in learning CP for our family. He grew up in a strict household and wants to break the cycle, but has a hard time not going back to the way he was raised when his cup gets full. We both always want to be learning and doing better for our family.

  2. THe main reason is how I need help AS I GO through parenting. My son is now 8 and all I knew when he was 4 or 5, doesn’t help as much now! I want to have a strong connection, but I have never raised an 8 year old. Help!

  3. Denise says:

    Everything about parenting consciously speaks to my core values. I’m practicing many of the tools, but in our society, there’s not a lot of support. I want to be a part of a community who shares and supports my views of raising children with regard and compassion.

  4. Your blog inspired me 4 years ago to explore what it will be like if I get rid of all theories and start to find within the answers as a mother of two toddlers by that time.
    In time I created a virtual space for mothers in spanish called Madres Conectadas (Connected Moms) and my mission is to learn all that I can to share with other moms like me a new family lifestyle where connection is always the answer.

  5. Maria and Bryon Basilice says:

    This would be so helpful for my family. We are pretty desperate for solutions in this house. We have a 7 year old with Cystic Fibrosis, Autism, and severe ADHD. We also have another child, 12, on the complete other end of the Autism spectrum and also turning into a teen is uncharted territory for us. We also have a 3 and almost 2 year old and our 5th due in 2 in 2 weeks. We unschool and try the best we can but we are definitely needing the support that you have to offer. Hope we can win!

  6. Tamara says:

    I am always striving to be a conscious parent, to be present and empathetic. My husband and I do our best and mistlybits good, but we need help! for all of our striving, effort, and sincere desire to parent well, sometimes we just don’t know what to do with our super sensitive, rather intense and beautiful boy.

  7. Bettina says:

    Parenting has been a fairly lonely journey for me. My son started PT at 3 months of age, wore 3 DOC band helmets, 1 1/2 years of OT and speech therapy and almost 2 years of aqua therapy. We have experienced great results, and I couldn’t have done it any differently, but we find ourselves with so few friends and crave connection with like-minded parents. My son is now 3.5 years old, and I have one true mom friend. We missed bonding over play dates with others because we were always in a doctor’s office and couldn’t make time for the social stuff. Add to that, my husband and I are older, we offer little to no media for our son and consume minimal sugar. Each of those facts create more distance from the parents we already know. I joke with my husband, “I haven’t met ‘my people’ yet,” but he believes that we don’t have any “people.” I hold firm to my belief that that isn’t true but some days it’s easier to simply believe him.

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