What an Awesome Day – To Realize Your Parents are Human – 3 Keys to Reconnecting

What an Awesome Day - When you Realize Your Parents are Human 3 Keys to Reconnecting & Restoring Healthy Relationships
What an Awesome Day - To Realize Your Parents are Human - 3 Keys to Reconnecting

What an Awesome Day

When you Realize Your Parents are Human 

3 Keys to Reconnecting & Restoring Healthy Relationships

No matter whether you have the best parents in the world or the worst. They are your parents. You can learn as much from their differences, in fact more than you can with the things that you have in common.

Building a Positive Relationship, getting to know your parents and their life more deeply, now as adults is essential for you to Build a Happy, Healthy and Balanced Life for you and your family. Remembering that they were your age once, have lived a full and varied life that is important for them to share with you. Realizing that your parents are human, is an awesome step toward learning these 3 Keys to Reconnecting and Restoring Healthy Relationships.

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The Breakdown of Families Saddens me: Hence why I would like to bring some light to the repair and reconnection to families. The parenting of children does not end once they become adults, you are still the parent with all the love and memories that you shared throughout their childhood.

Throughout the years a major part of my work has been supporting people to reconnect with family members. Seeing both sides of parents and children becoming disconnected. Good people missing out on sharing each other’s lives together.

This article highlights some simple suggestions that you can use in – Bridging the Gap: – Reconnecting with Parents & Adult Children

This article highlights some simple suggestions that you can use in - Bridging the Gap: - Reconnecting with Parents & Adult Children

3 Keys to Re Connecting Relationships

Learning to Reconnect and Restore Healthy Relationships that Matter most to you, is essential in Living a Healthy, Happy and Balanced Life.

Building a Healthy Relationship with your parents and family
Is two-way Relationship understanding & supporting one another when possible whilst respecting one another’s differences & decisions.

If you are looking to reconnect or improve on your relationship with your parents or parents looking to reconnect or improve your relationship with your adult children, then you have come to the right place. There is a phase that as children, moving through teenage years to adult years can become quite difficult. However, being a parent to adult children, is extremely difficult, at times quite painful and confusing.

Depending on each individual person will depend on each individual family’s experiences. A couple of significant things that I learnt as moving through this part of the journey of life:

  • Always look for something positive, have faith in yourself, and your children.
  • To take care of yourself, your partner, not to forget your goals and dreams both for yourself and each other.
  • Never to place blame of each other, situations and events.
  • Allow space and time to heal from the past. No-one is perfect.
  • To Realize all you can do is your Best. And to Never stop learning.
Love is the Glue that helps a family grow & keeps it together

3 Important Keys for

Reconnecting, Restoring & Improving Relationships


Even after you may have had a disagreement. Verbalizing Your Love For One Another Is The Cement That Will Hold You Together.

During this difficult phase it is easy for children to become quite agitated, annoyed and even angry with parents. Attempting to find fault wherever possible with their role they have played as parents.


There is a sense of normality, to push you out of the parental nest so to Speak. As you and I are meant to go out there and build a life that you can call your own. But not as a meaning of disconnectedness but to embrace your own individuality and path. Make your mistakes and learn from them along the way. From both my experience as a parent and of a practitioner the majority of parents love their children deeply and just working on doing their best.

There is a release of your responsibility to your children for their behaviours and outcomes to cease once your child turns 18.

However, for the majority of each of us as parents still feel terribly responsible. This comes about from pressure from society and the fact that in Western society there is not significant tradition or ritual to make this a clear-cut process.

During this transition stage it is important that the maturing adult child looks upon their childhood years as a foundation as to how they want to build their life. There will be areas of those years that you will want to embrace, and their will be areas that you want to be different. It is about moving forward to make decisions for yourself as now the maturing adult child with acceptance that you will make mistakes that you will learn and grow from these being your very own consequences. Not to impart blame onto one another.

Learning to love your parents as you become adults needs to be nurtured and found with the realization that they are Human: People just like you. To make No judgement but to just love for them being your parents and bringing you into the world. Now to go out and build your life one step at a time.

Learning to love your parents as you become adults needs to be nurtured and found with the realization that they are Human: People just like you.


My parents have both passed now, like most people: They definitely weren’t the Worst Parents and were they the Best Parents (if there is any such thing). I have come to realize that they were the Best Parents for me. The importance here was the realization, that they were my parents, and they did their BEST. And it was up to me to build from this.

After listening and speaking with thousands of people over the years regarding this delicate subject. For Better or Worse, your parents, are your parents and you are born to them for a reason. The reasons unfold as does your life. Fortunately,

I never cut myself off from my parents and I am so glad that I didn’t because throughout the years I grew to know them, not always to understand them. But to know them and have a relationship with them. So that when they passed, I felt grateful and comfortable within myself.

Realizing that I had become a very Strong and Independent Woman whom they could be very proud of. Did they do an Awesome Job of raising me or Did I do an Awesome job of Learning from Life’s experiences? I think a bit of both. 

Life’s experiences come in all the various areas within your life, it is learning, adapting, understanding that life isn’t perfect, people aren’t perfect (None of us).

It is all about how the Journey of life is shared together!

“Love one another: Not Because of Your Similarities
But because of your Differences”
Build Love, Warmth, Compassion & Most of All Forgiveness

Embracing One another's Differences. Brings Balance and Happiness to one another's life.

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