Our Assignment As Parents

What if it’s bigger than what we think?

Image of a ocean shore line. Turqouise water, foamy waves against a sandy beach shore. Text in dark bluish green states What if our assignment as parents is to get our children to their destiny.... whole? Marlene Dillon Empowerment Specialist mdillondesigns.com

What if it’s not our job to funnel our children into what we think they should be, or what society says they should be, but to really observe them, see who they are, and do everything in our power to get them there whole?

What if it’s our job to love them so fully as they are, that they don’t question their internal guidance?

What if it’s our job to teach them to know the voice of intuition versus fear?

What if it’s our job to support them in doing what they love so fully that it affords them the abundant life we envision for them?

What if we demonstrate self-love before them so they know what it looks and sounds like?

What if we demonstrate self-acceptance before them so they know that their mistakes don’t define them?

What if we train them to follow their gut instincts, rather than shame them?

What if we allow them to be themselves, rather mini versions of us/the us we wish we became?

What if we stop trying to break their spirits to make them more “acceptable?”

What if we surrender to who they are and who they are meant to be?

What if we love them unconditionally right into their individual destinies?

What if?

Marlene Dillon Empowerment Specialist

Published by Marlene Dillon Empowerment Specialist

Marlene Dillon is the CEO of MDillon Designs & Publishing. I teach girls to believe in themselves and choose relationships that support their goals. I teach children that their dreams are possible and that they are lovable. I teach parents to communicate with their children in healthy ways. In short, I.U.S.E. people. Inspire. Uplift. Support. Empower.

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