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I Am the Life Coach for You!

The Life Coach for You!

Are you looking for someone to mentor/guide your teenager?

Are you looking for support with your parenting style?

Do you need to be motivated and empowered to accomplish your life goals?

I am the Life Coach for you!

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Four weeks for the price of THREE!

Coach Arthur

Certified Professional Life Coach

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Teenage Survival 101

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Being a Mother and an Educator has taught me a very valuable lesson. Well, I have learned many lessons, but I am just going to share one today. In order to develop a strong relationship with your teen you MUST be a parent of your word.

From the moment my girls were little I only told them our plans when I was 100% sure we were going to do it.  If I said they were on punishment, the punishment was carried out. I always kept my word, one situation at a time.  This allowed them to become teens that knew that when MOM said it, she meant it. It is important that parents keep their word as we must teach by example. This is what is going to create TRUST. Trust, a big word needed in order to foster a positive relationship between parent and teen.

Need assistance creating TRUST between your teen and you?  Email me for a FREE 20 minute Life Coaching session: niecatlifecoach@yahoo.com

Coach Arthur
Certified Professional Life Coach
http://www.niecatlifecoaching.com
www.niecat.com
www.facebook.com/niecatlifecoaching
http://www.linkedin.com/pub/carlota-arthur/56/425/813

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What if?

What if?

Sometimes our children can try our patience and our resolve to be the BEST Parents we can be!
What if we stop concentrating on what is going wrong?

What if we make it our goal to believe in our parenting skills?

What if we have confidence and trust our parental know how?

What if we have Faith in our parental instincts?

What if we believe that we are good parents so much that the Universe/GOD/The Creator has no choice but to materialize our beliefs?

What if?

Happy Parenting,
Coach Arthur