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9 Simple Ways To Show Children They're Loved Unconditionally

“When our children receive unconditional love, it teaches them to love themselves deeply.”
To truly love someone fully to their core is to care for them without restrictions. Loving another person this way involves stepping back and seeing their true potential and beauty.

There are parenting books and classes that will give you great advice on parenting, but I have found that all of that wonderful guidance doesn’t mean anything if it’s not built on the foundation of unconditional love from a caregiver.
Well-meaning parents say, “I love you” to their children all of the time and then unknowingly do and say things that take away from that same love and trust. It is really easy to get stuck in a way of parenting that simply isn’t working, but because of not knowing how to change, continuing the cycle.
A child doesn’t only have to hear that they’re loved; they must be able to feel it 100% of the time as well.
Many of us may have grown up knowing what unconditional love feels like, while …

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Mind Body Parenting was founded in 2013 by Kim in hopes of having parents-to-be and current parents join together in support of one another. Parenthood and pregnancy are life-changing events with endless positive experiences and challenges. Mindful parenting allows you to develop awareness of your thoughts, actions and reactions and in turn it could help you connect to your infant, child or adolescent on a profound level. The core purpose of self-awareness in parenting is to leave the past behind you and live life fully in the existing moment.

Kim is a Licensed Master Social Worker (LMSW), Certified Life Coach (CLC), Positive Parenting Instructor (CBPI), Certified in Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction, (MBSR) and a member of the International Coach Federation (ICF).

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