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How to Repair When You Have Lost Patience With Your Child

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No parent is patient and connected all the time.

For me it was hardest when my twins were babies and my son still had needs.

Secure attachment doesn't mean we never rupture with our kids, but that we take responsibility to make that repair when we are calm and in our adult parent brain.


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