Thursday, September 25, 2014

Feeling isolated? We can help!

I’m the only one I know who is parenting this way,” she said on the phone from Boston. Parents are really conservative here and it is hard to find any alternative community.

The same day, a mom in Perth, Western Australia said, I feel really isolated here. We don’t know many other families and those we do know don’t really understand what we’re doing and why.

It happened again the following day talking to a mom in rural Georgia. And then a mom in Kentucky.

This summer, I held a mini-retreat for families in my home and I had a group of dads in a circle talking about dad stuff. Guess what they talked about? Not having anyone to have these real conversations with. Whoa.

I was paying attention. How could it be that all these parents who were talking about similar things regarding their parenting all felt exactly the same way despite living in very different places? What could we do to help us all feel less isolated?

My solution was to create an online community where parents could meet each other, support each other, and learn together. I would love for you to be a part of this community!!

Join us if…

You’re looking for a place to connect with other like-minded parents no matter where you live in the world.


You need something you can access on your own time without having to put anyone in the car.

You love Consciously Parenting’s cutting edge, yet practical resources.

You need some extra support, but one-on-one sessions are out of your budget.


The idea here is that there is strength in numbers (kind of like a Groupon for parenting!). When we have a large group supporting the financial cost of what I’m offering, I can lower the price and still be compensated for my work. I’m offering a special deal for Consciously Parenting’s Membership Community, aka I Heart Parenting.

This is the last time I’ll be offering the community membership at this price(and if you get it now, you’re grandfathered in at the lower price for as long as you’re a part of this community).

If you had one 60-minute session with me per month, it would be over $1000. With all the other bonuses, you're easily getting $300-500 per month of valued content and support. 

For just $97, you get :

-a full year of community and support, including support calls with Rebecca 
-a secret Facebook group (shhhh), 
-monthly calls to ask your questions, 
-special topic calls,
and the Consciously Parenting Academy, which launches this weekend. 

The Academy includes an all access pass to many of the resources here at Consciously Parenting including:

Couples
Early Parenting
Emotions and Behavior
Conscious Living
Alternative Health
Special Circumstances (death, divorce, trauma, and more)

We have many collaborators who will be adding content weekly, including short videos and other written content. You’ll be able to join just the Academy tomorrow, but today you’ll also get the community bonuses for less than the cost of the Academy alone. It’s a steal!

(This is pretty crazy to be offering this for such a low price. But I want so much to support you in a cost effective way that as part of my 7th Anniversary specials and in honor of my angel, Jacob, I'd like to offer this special.)

You can learn more and join here:

http://www.iheartparenting.com/become-a-member/

I really hope you'll join us! All specials for our 7th Anniversary end on Sunday, September 28.

Thank you for being a part of The Consciously Parenting Project. I'm so glad you're here!


Warmly,
Rebecca Thompson, MS, MFT
Founder and Executive Director of The Consciously Parenting Project
P.S. If you know anyone else who would enjoy the community and support of this great deal, please share! You know, that whole GROUPon thing. :-)

P.S.S. I'm behind on responding to my emails, but I am still scheduling the free 30 minute sessions. If you've emailed me, I'll be getting back to you soon!

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