Do you suffer from mom-guilt after losing your cool with your child?
Being a mom can be so triggering at times!
We need to take care of the kids, our home, pets, work, and even dentist appointments.
Our own needs and our own resources are left at the bottom of the priority list and as a result, we get frustrated, snappy, angry, and irritable.
Imagine never yelling at your child again.
Imagine being totally calm and in control of your emotions.
Imagine how good this would feel.
Lucy was driving home from work with her kids in the back seat of her car. She was tired, stressed, and she knew she still had to make dinner, fill and start the dishwasher, do the laundry, help her tween with her homework and get the toddler to sleep.
The kids started arguing, she hit another red light, the traffic was making her so frustrated, and the kids were noisy yet again. She felt something rising inside of her and she couldn’t stop it. “WILL YOU TWO FINALLY STOP FIGHTING?!” she snapped. Her daughter turned silent, and her toddler started to cry. “What the hell is wrong with me?” thought Lucy.
Do you sometimes feel like Lucy?
Do you think that you can’t do it all?
Do you get angry and yell even though you don’t want to?!
Is it hard for you to snap out of it?
Then you’re in the right place!
I will show you how to stop yelling and how to achieve emotional balance so that you can create a home of love, understanding, and calm, peaceful communication.
Feel your anger, speak your calm
It’s a 6-week group coaching program that helps my clients learn how to become a calmer parent who doesn’t feel the need to yell.
The program starts this November!
What results you’ll get:
- Learn and practice the process of emotional regulation,
- Learn to express and speak about emotions in a non-aggressive, loving way,
- Find out what your deep-rooted triggers are and how you can work on changing the patterns that created them,
- Connect to your emotions and feel your own needs and wants,
- Learn how to prioritize your self-care,
- Learn how to set boundaries,
- You become calm and confident in the decisions you make in challenging parenting situations.
How does it work?
The program consists of training videos, a live workshop, live group coaching calls (the calls are where the magic happens!), and a 1-on-1 coaching call. The training videos are bite-sized for every busy parent to be able to watch or listen to at your convenience. They are very powerful and to the point! The live workshop allows you to uncover your subconscious triggers and blocks so that you can address them. During the group coaching calls, we work on your emotional regulation skills and overcome the blocks you may have stumbled upon. This is where you truly discover your parenting potential, your ability to empathize with your kids and other family members. This is where you become the mom you’ve always wanted to be, the mom that realized when she’s getting angry and can calm herself down before she snaps because what she really wants is to connect and help her child out in the situation that may be even more challenging for the child than for herself. The mom that is able to speak from the heart.
As a BONUS you also get access to Station Serenity paid membership group where I offer parenting support, tips&tricks, Q&As, and how-to’s on everything parenting-related.
If you have any questions or want to learn more, book a free discovery call:
Hi! I’m Natalia Wiatr
I’m a parent coach, a mom of two toddlers, a wife, a cat mom, and a recovering angry mom myself! A bit over two years ago, I was going through a very tough time. I had gone back to work as a teacher and wanted to be perfect in everything I did. It turned out not only was it impossible, but it also triggered a lot of emotions of frustration, guilt, and anger. I felt like I was failing while in fact I was just expecting too much from myself and wasn’t giving myself credit for what I actually did do. Nor did I give myself the time and space to take care of my emotional well-being.
At some point, I noticed how my emotions influenced my 2-year-old son. When I was dealing with problems at work, he started getting more anxious, clingy, and had problems falling asleep. I realized I needed to take care of my emotional needs first if I wanted to take care of his.
When I discovered the process of emotional regulation, I was mind-blown that such a simple framework could have such a tremendous effect on my life. I realized I simply had to share that with other parents – to help them create the homes that the next generation truly deserves. I still do get angry. But now I know exactly what to do instead of raising my voice.
My mission is to help parents build a home of love, understanding, and calm communication for their children to thrive.
See what some of the course participants said about it:
I have little kids and I work and I simply just get angry at some point and I don’t want to do that. It stresses the life out of me, it stresses the life out of the kids and I wanna stop… The program made me think again about the kids’ emotional state, how they act with emotions. And made me stop and think actually about how they feel in that moment, not only about my emotions. It also helped in the way that I started naming my emotions… Now I feel more positive. I definitely feel more positive… about myself. I try not to be as tough on myself as I always have been…
I am calmer and obviously, with the girls mirroring my emotions, they get to be calmer too. Especially one day it was such a shock because we had an absolutely amazing day!… It’s lovely to live in a family home where you’re not riddled with anger and guilt that you got angry. Yeah, it’s a wonderful first step towards a happy home.”
“I’ve always had a short fuse, but it didn’t become a problem until I had to raise tiny humans with the expectation that they become good, kind, patient adults. I realized I’m a yeller and I was scared of creating dysregulated kids and ruining my relationship with my kids.
Natalia’s course helped me take time out to recognize my anger before it completely boiled over so I could (at least try) to avoid total rage. I especially liked Natalia’s worksheets on digging deep into my anger triggers. She reinforced the idea that I don’t have to be perfect, rather accept that my anger is a work in progress and I’m better able to deal with it now.
I will keep the tips she gave us and return to my journaling when I’m feeling dysregulated. I’ve been able to keep my cool longer than I used to and I can see how the more I practice this, the more it becomes habitual for me.”
Do you feel so helpless that yelling seems like the only option?
Would you love to be able to just LOVE on your family all the time?
Then this program is perfect for you!