I can help you systematize independence with them in 12 months.
We need to make critical parenting shifts now that they have aged out of school.
Let's teach them a system to create a life they love that works before we're gone.
Our adult children do not conform. They are quirky, delayed, difficult or just unusual.
And we love them fiercely.
Their struggles generate intense feelings in us -- like overwhelm, confusion, anxiety and fear.
Using our step-by-step process you and your young adult will get clear about what you want and how to work together to create an independent life you both love that works.
No more yelling. No more spinning in anger and frustration. No more pushing and nagging.
There is a better way.Let's get started >>
If you wake up tired and discouraged each morning, disappointed in how you are showing up, unsure of how to help your adult child create an independent life...you're not alone.
The moms I work with felt the very same way before they started working with me.
We realized we had to find a sustainable way for each of us to help our young adults transition to adulthood. We were doing everything but what actually put them in the driver's seat with a GPS headed to a life they love that works.
If you want to know what truly makes a difference, I'd like to offer you a free Strategy Session. We will dive into the nitty gritty of systematizing independence.
This personal offer won't be available for very long as my calendar fills up -- Schedule now.Schedule a Free Strategy Session >>
"Navigating life when you have a child with a serious disability is very hard. Although many of us go through the years, the stages of grief and sorrow, and THINK we are ok -- sometimes we are not.
Cyclical grief can strike at any time and leave one debilitated with depression.
Lynn's course and coaching helps you through those times, by giving you the tools to cope.
Personally, this year, as my 'child' became an 'adult' and fell off the 'services cliff,' depression hit hard. Although I am a very strong person, I was spiraling down a very dark path.
"What happens when I am gone?"
"What is his future really going to look like?"
"Am I EVER going to be happy again?"
Lynn helped me handle these thoughts and keep them on a track of what I can do, and what could be possible, rather than assuming the worst.
Not that every day is good, but the coping techniques provided in her course can help you maintain your sanity as you try to do the best for yourself and your child."