Grow As a Parent — and Help Your Family Grow Strong
As parents, we tend to focus on the physical, intellectual and emotional growth of our children. But learning as a parent — and focusing on the ways we can grow as adults — helps our children and families grow strong:
- Manage Stress. Stress impacts sleep and the ability to concentrate and enjoy life. Seeing stress as a challenge that can be overcome and a way to grow can help you discover new ways to manage it and solve problems.
- Have Friends. Connecting with others helps you feel less alone and opens you up to new ideas and approaches. Consider experiences and ideas your friends have shared, and how you can continue to learn and grow from them.
- Expand Knowledge. From learning about resources when times are tough to boosting your knowledge of child growth and development, being a lifelong learner feels good. The more you know, the more you grow! And that knowledge helps your family be prepared for whatever you may experience.
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