Blissed Out Mums

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  • Hi! I’m Heather! I’m here to make your parenting journey easier YAY!

    Your kids are funny, cute, cuddly and have boundless energy and spirit. You love them more than you can explain.

    On the flip side, you’re tired of losing your patience with your kids. Constantly feeling like you’re frustrated, cranky and yelling all the time. The relentless demands, the guilt, the self-judgment wears you down. By the end of the day, you’re shattered and ready for wine time.

    Say goodbye to the cranky, tired and impatient mummy and hello to the type mum you want to be!

    Utilizing a variety of research-based positive parenting techniques, I can help you get your children to listen to you, manage the challenging behaviour of children  (bye-bye stressful tantrums, aggression & sibling rivalry), stop yelling and look after yourself at the same time. Yes, it is possible!

    Pop over to my website or Facebook page to learn more and access all my freebies, programs and coaching package informat

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    1 Review on “Blissed Out Mums”

    1. Jessica Post authorBlissed Out Mums
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      I first started working with Heather when my son was 1 month old. I was struggling with all the changes since giving birth and adjusting to having a newborn. It was also around the time that my husband was due to go back to work, so I knew I needed some extra support as he works away on a 2 weeks away, 1 week home roster.

      I got so much out of my coaching with Heather. She provided support and advice that was impartial and objective. Heather would point things out (or ask me the right questions to get me to realise myself!) that I just couldn’t see amongst the emotion attached to the issue at hand.