Getting angry, feeling like you're not coping, is a sign of overwhelm, not that you're a bad parent.

It's a sign of sensory overload.

It's a sign you're doing too much.

It might be a sign of a hormonal or health issue.

It might be a sign of a past issues with anxiety/depression.

It's a sign to learn more about personal growth.

I know you're doing a great job.

It's a sign that parenting, is just challenging!

I'd love to help you feel better about embracing the Mum you already are, and give you a few extra tips along the way, to keep your cool and look after yourself. 

And I have freebie for you to help you to reduce your explosions at your kids or to help you manage the overwhelm.

 

Click the pop up above to grab my free mindfulness MP3 and for some therapy via email ;) 

 

Neuroscience tells us that regular mindfulness changes activity in our emotional brain (ie. helps us to cope better with stress and increases self awareness). Pop your email down in the above box and Ill be in touch!

Are you overwhelmed?

Coping poorly?

Don't love parenting all the time?

Yelling too much?

Can't remember the last time you went to the bathroom alone?

I hear You

Parenting  is challenging, relentless, messy and chaotic.

 

You love your kids fiercely and would do anything for them, and you do!

And there are some beautiful moments.

 

But when do you get a break?

You're a great Mum, I know. 

Your kids don't need a perfect Mum, they just need you.

I'd love to support you in the following ways...

 

 Through my weekly emails and videos. Go back up to top of page to grab your free mindfulness MP3 and compassioante hand exercise to help you with yelling and therapy to your inbox

Sign up here

OR

Grab a copy of my book below

"I know I'm a better parent, thanks to this book"

Katy

"Sarah's book gave me permission to drop the cycle of shame of feeling overwhelmed and normalise the chaos with my children; creating more connection and emotional awareness with my darling girls."

Chantal

OR

Work with me from the comfort of your couch, with my new Online Program

"Thank you for a fantastic course, I really enjoyed it, got so much out if it and would highly recommend"

Katie

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PARENTS - ARE YOU TEARING YOUR HAIR OUT?

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I'd Love to Help You Cope Better with Parenting...

Are you overwhelmed by parenting?

 

Are you surprised by your reactions to your own children?

 

Do you struggle to experience the joy in being a parent?

 

Have you forgotten who YOU used to be in the haze of nappies, sleep deprivation, school drop off and pick up, washing and the vacuuming that never seems to be finished?

 

Do you even have doubts that you’re a good enough parent?

 

Parenting is so delightful sometimes right? But it’s equally, bone shatteringly, exhausting. To cope with the endless challenges that parenting brings, you DO need to have time out (even though it might not be how it was before you were a parent). But how are you going with that?

You need to learn to trust your parenting instinct, so you can tune out to judgment and the endless serves of conflicting advice, that you’ll continue to receive throughout your children’s life.

So, I've written you a book ;)

 

Clinical psychologist and Mum Sarah Purvey will share with you her psychology knowledge and personal experience, to help you do just that. So, pick up her book, read a page or two whenever you can (she knows that you may only have a minute or two, before your cherubs will interrupt you!) and learn how the relationship and connection you have with yourself and your children are the keys to navigating parenting (without tearing your hair out).

You owe it to you kids, and you owe it to yourself…

Grab a Copy Right Here

 

Now Available in E-Book Version too :)

Grab the E-Book here!

You're absolutely not alone! If I had a dollar for each parent that walks in my door saying they don't want to be that parent that yells, then I'd have a rather large collection of gold coins!

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