We all have certain childhood memories that stick. For parenting coach Klara Sedlacek, one defining moment was when she was 8 and a stranger found her crying with fear since she'd received a grade her mother was sure to rage over. The stranger walked her home and deescalated her mother, and likely planted the seeds of why this molecular biologist focuses her career on helping strengthen mother's bonds with their toddlers.
You will learn:
1. Our ancestral histories can have a direct link to our own stress levels.
2. There are many interventions outside of traditional therapy that may assist in interrupting intergenerational negative patterns.
3. Rather than blaming our parents, we may pursue
Extra Resources: It Did Not Start With You by Mark Wolyn.
Dr. Gabor Mate video here.
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Kara Sedlacek is a molecular biologist who works with mothers of toddlers, transforming tensions into connections.
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