We have been featured on Essential Baby writing about people’s preconceived ideas and judgements of birth mothers. “Unfortunately, as with all things adoption, it is never quite that simple. But the only part that is simple to me is the fact that another woman gave birth to my child –…
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“We are creating a toxic generation of unhealthy relationships with no communication within families. This is leading to highly strung out parents and unhappy children who lash out their frustration within the family home.
Being a parent in this day and age is becoming more and more difficult. Parents’ are working harder than ever, demands on their families are increasing and the rate of children being diagnosed with a behaviour issue is at an all-time high.
Whether she is with her clients or in the media, Chrissie is not afraid to have the hard conversations in order to create happy and healthy homes and more empowered parents.
“It is time to change the way we view discipline by taking the vulnerability, shame and doubt out of parenting. We need to turn that into a strength and give parents a most powerful tool which can be used throughout the various stages of behavioural changes for our children. We need to remove the judgment, guilt and social stigmas that surround parenting”
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We recently wrote for Essential Baby about surviving childhood abuse. “It is so easy to see it clearly now – but everything I went through was leading me to the point in my life that I am at now. My parents and challenging childhood taught me so much about the…
21/04/16 This week I was featured in my local newspaper chatting about why I love the diverse area I live in, my passion for empowering families & teachers & why I believe supporting other women in business is good for your soul! Head over to the Star Weekly to read…
Chrissie heartfelt article about the weird, intrusive and sometimes hurtful things people asked you when you have adopted a child, was published by Kidspot on Thursday the 12th of November, 2015. For more information about adoption in Australia visit www.adoptchange.com.au
Chrissie’s article “All it takes to make a family is love & an open heart” was published on Parenting Central on August 4th, 2015. If you would like to learn more about adoption in Australia visit www.adoptchange.com.au