Epic meltdowns and being traumatized…I was ashamed to tell you all this…

Last night and this morning, my 11 year old daughter had epic meltdowns over hating her clothes. It’s the 2nd time in a little over a week.

IT WAS BAD.

She was still in my room crying last night at midnight.

This morning she woke up and started throwing things in her room while screaming for me to help her.

Multiple times she said she didn’t want to live anymore, what’s the point of living and that she hated herself.

To be honest, I am sad.

I’m really sad.

Last night, I talked to her until she finally fell asleep around midnight. This morning, my husband and I helped her to calm down and pick out clothes and get ready for school.

In the end, she was ok. She headed off to school and she seemed relieved.

But, me? I’m scared. I’m worried. I’m unsure what’s going to happen next. 

I don’t know if or when she will meltdown again over her clothes, I don’t know if I can help her solve her issue or not, and I don’t know if it will resolve anytime soon.

And my heart hurts hearing her say the things she said. And I wish it were different. 

So, I just want you to know that 100% – YOU ARE NOT ALONE.

I am struggling too, watching my kids struggle, wanting them to feel better, wanting to fix them, to help them.

As a parent coach, I felt ashamed that this happened and I almost didn’t write this email. 

But I don’t want to hide when things like this happen with my kids any longer. 

And I would love for it to not be shameful for people to work on their emotional health and help their kids work on theirs. 

So I get it. I get you.

I love that you’re here working on you and working on helping your kids. 

And if you want more help, reach out.

I’ve been through it. I’m going through it right now.

And I’ve found a way to handle it and make it better, and I know how to feel and be ok with what I feel and to help my kids through their issues, even if it’s hard for me. And I’m not playing here, I mean these are my kids lives we’re talking about. 

In fact, I have a proven process that works.

So there’s no need to feel ashamed if you want to better yourself and help your kids and just know that you’re not alone.

So, if you’re intrigued and curious to find out more about coaching and how I can help, let’s chat.

It’s free and you will feel so much better and understood after the call. 

Schedule a consult here and let’s talk.
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