2023 Author: Anita Thornton | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-07-31 02:08
Is mom unable to let go and make room for you? Is she so perfectionist that she prefers to do everything alone? We have some tips that you can help him with.
Do you know the story of the greedy little boy who puts his hand in a jar of candy, but can't get it out because it's too full? He gets caught with his hand stuck in the potty by his parents. It’s basic, but letting go would have gotten him through it! Letting go is exactly what some moms have to learn to do.
You should know that letting go is not always easy to integrate but fortunately, it can be learned. To get there, you have to mourn a little, while adapting. Letting go is not inaction! It is rather a form of acceptance: admitting that some things do not change and that we sometimes have no power. It's a long process: Dad will have to be patient while learning this.
Helping Mom Let Go
It's better to help mom see letting go as a choice and not as an abandonment. Surrender is letting go of the situation, while letting go isan acceptance of life as it is. This acceptance makes it possible to remove the stress and to benefit more from the positive sides. The best trigger for letting go will still be to live in the present moment. Even if the decision to let go is up to mom and she's the one who will have to do most of the effort, nothing prevents you from encouraging her and giving her some advice on how to get there.
- Help Mom change her glasses so she can see the situation differently; humor is usually a good key.
- Take mom to take her mind off things; constantly thinking about what is done or not does not solve the problem, on the contrary!
- Remind mom that no one expects her to take care of everything in the house and be perfect.
- Make him realize the loss of energy and well-being represented by perfectionism and relentlessness;
- Gently make him understand that repeating the same instruction a hundred times is useless, except to consume energy.
- Suggest a reading: Letting go, Marie Bérubé, psychologist Letting go yes, but when and how? By Elisabeth Kübler-Ross and David Kessler, “Life Lessons”
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