Dahlia Maman of Parent Coach Me to be Featured on Close Up Radio

Dahlia Maman of Parent Coach Me to be Featured on Close Up Radio
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SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA, USA, Jan. 18, 2022 / — We all want to enjoy our parenting journey. After all, our children are only small for a little while. We want to cherish those moments.

Sure, being a parent can be overwhelming, but if we can change our mindset, we can see our parenting journey as the greatest gift.

A parenting coach can help parents be the best they can be.

Dahlia Maman is the founder of Parent Coach Me where she works with parents to engage their children with intention and purpose.

“I’ve always been drawn to children,” says Dahlia. “I have always looked for the good in children. Whether they were rambunctious or misbehaving, I found a way to connect with them.

According to Dahlia, effective parenting is about the relationship you have with your child and honoring them as a unique person. Parent coaching teaches parents to focus more on their children’s strengths.

“The hard truth of parenting is that we are going to make mistakes; there is no instruction manual for being a parent,” explains Dahlia. “With education and awareness, we can appreciate everyone for their differences and what makes them unique, even our own children.”

As a mother of four, Dahlia knows firsthand the trials and tribulations of parenthood.

“We’ve definitely come a long way with our four kids,” says Dahlia. “My husband and I are such a good team. He feeds our children. They are safe, resilient and confident, because we have really invested ourselves.

Parents face different issues depending on the age of their children, Dahlia says. Problems with young children are more related to discipline issues. As children get older, the challenges become more battles over homework and behavior with siblings. Dahlia says when we change our parenting, behavior changes.

“I deal with toddler issues and the high school issue the same way because it all depends on your relationship with the kids,” Dahlia says. “When you have a strong relationship, with structure and boundaries, things fall into place.”

Dahlia says what children need is to feel proof of your love for them every day. That’s why it’s so important to have such a joyful connection.

“It doesn’t matter how old the kids are, when you start connecting with them on a different level, there’s respect,” Dahlia says. “As you become more connected, the behavior also changes.”

Close Up Radio will feature Dahlia Maman in an interview with Jim Masters on January 20 at 12pm EST

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