Lyn Oualah (@redkitecoachingsolutions)

2 weeks ago

Just because you’ve just noticed something your child has/hasn’t said or has/hasn’t done, doesn’t mean you have to jump in every time just to make a point! Noticing and choosing not to jump in with both feet straight away isn’t so much about choosing your battles rather it’s about choosing a time that’s more conducive to getting the kind of outcome everyone wants and deserves! Sound good? It’s definitely worth giving this a bit more thought! Do feel as if you can share your thoughts, questions and/or concerns with me here below or by getting in touch directly. If if you want to uncover some more truths and hear more parenting advice in general, why not come and join join my ‘Ask Lyn ...’ group embedded in my FB page (RedKite Coaching Solutions )? Here you’ll find like-minded people, mainly parents, and you’ll be able to air/share your concerns and/or ideas in a space that’s inclusive and non-judgemental. Finally, know that you don’t have to go it alone because we’re in this together!❤️ Link in bio if you want to get in touch or check out how I can be of service to you now or in the future! 🙂 #parenting #parentingadvice #advocacy #coaching #support #help #solutions #behaviour #challengingbehaviour #behaviouralproblems #additionalneeds #specialneeds #neurodiversity #SEND #neurodivergent #onthespectrum #ADHD #liketofidget #cantsitstill #ASD #autism #autismawareness #autismacceptance #selfworth #selfesteem #partnership #education #school #college #lifelonglearning

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