How to give your children (and husband) feedback using NLP

Apr 02 2016
15719784736_87f39db10d_k

Do you plan how to give feedback to your kids, or anyone else in your life? Often we don’t, and it might not be received – well. It’s true when we are frustrated, or irritated by something we tend to just say something, and it all comes out wrong. In Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) we study the impact our language has on other people, how the brain actually processes language and this gives us some helpful pointers as to how to give feedback in a way that makes everyone feel better and increases the chance that your family will actually act on it, whilst feeling respected by you.

Read more ...

How to manage other people’s trials and tantrums with NLP

Mar 13 2016
toddlers Tantrums NLP parenting

When your child or an adult you know flips out, melts down or lashes out, shouts how do you know what’s really going on – and how to deal with it calmly and compassionately?

We can all overreact sometimes and when it happens to someone we love it’s hard to know what to do for the best, these extreme reactions often trigger our own. If this is you, someone you work with or someone you love, it’s important to understand what’s going on in your brain when this happens and that can better inform you as to how to deal with it.

Read more ...

Mum IS the Word – 200 Ways to spell the name Mom & Mother in different languages

Feb 15 2016
monica diego putney

Mothering Sunday (Mother’s Day) this year comes early on 6th March. So I find myself reflecting on the significance of motherhood in my life and in my fellow mums’ lives too.

Mum, mamma, Mutter etc. In whatever language this small word carries a big meaning for all of us. That meaning partly depends on how we feel about our own mothers and grandmothers and also what our communities expect of mothers.

Read more ...