Parenting is hard, and we are hard on ourselves. “I yelled at the kids again—and I feel so ashamed.” “I hardly have time to shower, let alone exercise. No wonder I’m so out of shape.” “I’m not the parent I hoped I would be.”
Self-compassion can help. Join mindfulness expert and psychologist Dr. Susan M. Pollak to learn how to let go of self-judgment and treat yourself with the kindness you strive to offer to your kids. Learn simple yet powerful techniques that are easy to practice in daily life—cooking dinner, doing the dishes, driving, or soothing a fussy baby. Learn to respond to your own imperfections like a supportive friend, not a harsh critic. You will find yourself happier, more energized, and will discover new reserves of patience and appreciation for your kids.
About the Innerwork Center
At the heart of the Innerwork Center’s mission is the desire to inspire curiosity, cultivate mindfulness, and awaken the spirit by encouraging everyone to “BEGIN WITHIN.” To facilitate this introspective process, the center offers an array of offerings, including enlightening classes, rejuvenating retreats, and thought-provoking sessions featuring national keynote speakers. For those seeking a moment of respite, free drop-in sessions provide a taste of what the center embodies.
To ensure that everyone can partake in their programs, Innerwork offers access funding for all offerings. For more details on how to access this support, simply reach out via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nestled in the heart of the museum district, the Innerwork Center is located at 213 Roseneath Road. Connect at 804.359.0384 or via email at email@example.com, the center’s doors are open, inviting you to embark on a journey of self-care, mindfulness, and holistic healing.