A Love Letter to Parents

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If you were to see a job description for a role where non-stop, around-the-clock care was compulsory, and there was no training and no overtime, would you take it?

Probably not!

Yet, it’s what we all sign up for when we become parents.

Hand in Hand Parenting exists to support parents in this crazy difficult role, and it’s why we make this podcast each week! We love love, love you parents for showing up here, united in your care and devotion to raising your kids the best you can. What an amazing community!

And so, this week, Abigail and Elle wanted to celebrate your role as parents and all you do that is seen and unseen. Take this as an inspirational message for parents everywhere.

If you are in need of support, nurturing and community, welcome. Listen to A Love Letter to Parents now and take a minute to pause, reflect and love yourself a little.

Share Our Love Letter To Parents

Please share this inspirational message for parents with those you might know who would like and value the support of our beautiful community. You are the parents who will #changeparenting for the next generation, making it a more supported and understood role.

More Resources To Support Your Role as A Parent

“The way that we relate to children, on the whole, is the most powerful engine for what changes the future,” says psychologist Robin Grille, in this stirring interview with Hand in Hand’s Roma Norriss. Watch Parents Are the Most Powerful Activists There Are

Hand in Hand Parenting helps parents stop yelling and start connecting. Read how in How Hand in Hand Scholarships Help Parents Stop Yelling and Start Playing

What causes parents to feel isolated, stressed, and overwhelmed? Get Five Revolutionary Tools that will help you relax and enjoy your parenting more. Sign up for your free guide now.

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We’d love to hear about your parenting challenges. You can follow Hand in Hand on FacebookTwitterPinterest, and Instagram. Be sure to drop Elle and Abigail a message at podcast@handinhandparenting.org

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