A Guest Post with Miranda Fairhall Do you find your children’s behaviour triggers you to react in ways that are out of character with the parent you thought you would be? You work hard to parent with respect and empathy … Continue reading
A Guest Post by Miranda Fairhall When my husband and I chose parenthood through adoption, I knew that I would be mothering a child who carried deep hurt. These days, children are generally removed due to adversity in their birth … Continue reading
A Guest Post by Miranda Fairhall I was not prepared for motherhood. Not for the emotional being who was now my responsibility. Not for the craziness, the crying, the fussing, the whinging, the whining, the tantrums and raging meltdowns and … Continue reading
a guest post by miranda fairhall “She’s viciously swearing, venomously shouting horrible things” I explain to my Listening Partner. I am relating the story of my morning; a repetitive recurring interaction between me and my 6 year old daughter. I … Continue reading
It is a work in progress, but I am sure that without having my safe place to offload, I would not be discovering I often already have the resources available to be the parent I want to be.