Tips for being the best parent you can be

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Tips for being the best parent you can be

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Being the best parent that you can be really means that you have to have a sense of what is most important to you. I think, the most important thing for all of us is being intentional about how we live our lives. That concept of intentionality comes from a sense of saying, "Who do I want to be as a parent?" "What is the end of what I want from my relationship with my children?" For me, being a spirituality perspective, the best thing that I can do to be the best parent that I can be, is to really seeking to know God with all my heart and to love Him. To have a relationship with Him, and to use His word to be the guideline for me in terms of how I choose to look at my family responsibilities and my relationship with my children. I think that, beginning with that end in mind, that spiritual connection to your creator, is what helps you to be the best parent that you can be.

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Wanda Yeatman

Conservative Mom

Wanda Jones-Yeatman is the owner of WJY Consulting, a small firm specializing in providing a variety of consulting, training, facilitation, coaching and program management services to organizations and individuals. Wanda has worked in the field of education and training for over 25 years, with extensive experience in personality type and its application, team-building, communication, success coaching, career development, human relations, conflict management and peacemaking, management training, leadership development, group facilitation, organizational development and multicultural awareness. As a consultant Wanda has served as an internal organizational coach focusing on subjects such as supervisory leadership, teambuilding, communication, conflict resolution and workforce planning. 

Wanda was born in Roanoke, VA and grew up all over the world as part of a military family. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Communication from Arizona State University and a M. Ed. from the University of Maryland in Counseling and Personnel Services. Wanda is married, mother of four wonderful children and resides in Maryland.

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