BY DR. DAN PETERS
Do you wish for a more compassionate world?
Do you want your children to be loving adults?
Do you yearn for a community that shares your vision of successful parenting?
What footprints do you want your children to follow?
What footprints do you want to leave for your grandchildren?
These are some of the questions that have kept me up at night and lead me to the creation of Parent Footprint – a new online community of parents with a shared vision of successful parenting.
The foundation of Parent Footprint is to create a compassionate world with loving people — one parent and one child at a time. Our vision is simple yet powerful – by becoming aware of our own experiences as a child with our parents we can change the future of our children and grandchildren.
We all have footprints that were placed on us by our parents, and we all are placing footprints on our children. When we are aware of the footprints that were placed on us by our parents, we can choose the footprints that we want to leave on our children and grandchildren.
I am passionate about raising healthy and aware children, to help make the world more loving and compassionate.
Parent Footprint Awareness Training is the first generation of online education technology that provides a personalized experienced of sitting down with a professional (me!) and receiving individualized responses and content based on your current thoughts and feelings. And in line with our modern times, the training can be taken anytime and anywhere on your computer, iPad, or smartphone.
Years of experience in the field of parenting as well as leading experts in the parenting field agree that the primary element of raising healthy and successful children is for parents to be the person they want their children to become.
By being aware of who we are, we can help our kids become aware of who they are.
We can all create the footprints needed to fulfill our own shared visions of successful parenting – for ourselves and our children.
This piece originally appeared on Huffington Post.