Nov 2, 2013

EFT For Good Parenting

Tips On Positive Parenting Using EFT

good parenting with EFT
Being in a family is like living in a hotbed of emotional intensity. In this post, you will learn the role EFT can play in good parenting, tapping for kids, child anger management and surrogate EFT for infants .

Karen, one of my fellow EFT coaches, recently shared a personal story, explaining what led to her trying the Emotional Freedom Techniques. In her first session, she told me “You know Maria, my daughter was being so creative, that she gave herself a haircut. She looked as if a propeller airplane had buzzed around her head several times. I became crazy and dejected.”

She continued to explain that she had even gone as far as to spank her daughter for the event, because it was three days before Christmas and they were planning a family reunion. Her husband was also quite upset over the incident, and it turned out to be terrible experience over Christmastime.

Keren continued telling me “Also, my in-laws decided they were going to visit at the same exact time. I began to fall into a depression because I was sure that my mother in law was going to think of me as a bad mother.”


Keren had the surprise of her life. Her mother in law simply laughed after seeing her granddaughter’s hairstyle, grabbing a scarf and wrapping it around her head.

This created a large realization for Maria. She finally understood how everything that was causing her stress and depression was a result of her own fear and emotional issues. She figured out that for she would need to take control of her own emotional well being, which is very important in order to commit to positive parenting.

This trigger for Keren started her on her path, and she began researching on the internet for answers to her issues. It was there that she stumbled upon EFT tapping therapy. Keren also started to practice EFT for parenting to check her emotional level and to learn how to stop acting out of guilt.

Emotional Freedom Technique for Kids and School Children

There are many reasons why kids and school-aged children can suffer from the effects of stress early on in their young lives. For some, this can cause issues of fear or anxiety about performing normal tasks. On some occasions, the fear is related to common causes like speaking in front of a large group or having to take an exam, but emotional freedom techniques can be taught to kids and school aged children, helping them cope with these feelings.

Once your toddler or preschooler moves up to a larger school, they are going to have lots of spelling and math tests to deal with, a month other subjects that are equally stressful. Kids and schoolchildren are thrust into the environment and told that they should be social and interact with classmates. This can be terrifying for kids or small children. Practicing Emotional Freedom Techniques can ensure that your child is the best student he/she can be, because they are not fearful of participating in the classroom, and learning new things. Teaching a child how to participate in EFT is a skill that they can carry with them, and apply, for a lifetime.

Here are some great tips on "How to incorporate EFT into your life?"

EFT for Kids: Things to Know Before you Begin

1. Children do not typically come with the vocabulary to be able to express their emotions and thoughts the wan an adult can. You need to help them, learn to express themselves in constructive ways, give them some space to talk about their own emotions without fear of repreimand, and teach them how to resolve them.

2. Try to use language your kids will be able to understand and try to avoid taking a lecturing tone. Help them advance their vocabulary during these times by asking them about any good or bad thoughts they may have had. Try to determine if they may be suffering from any traumatic events.

3. Respect your children, as you want to be respected. This will improve their confidence. Let them know you appreciate their efforts during the EFT sessions.

4. You can teach your children to do their own tapping, motivating them to practice. I suggest that kids practice for around 2 minutes.

When dealing with EFT for students and children, be sure that you test often to identify the intensity of the situation before, during and after tapping. Then, when you have determined the proper tapping for your child or student, set up statements for them so that they can have positive reinforcements for the goals that you set together. Ask that your children repeat your actions

The success of the healing will depend on regular tapping on various points, along with affirmation statements. If you need to, you should make a few appointments with a therapist in order to address any critical or chronic issues.

Video on EFT tapping for kids


How to use EFT  for children anger issues?

Affirmation plays a major role for the management of kid’s emotions. Teach them early to start with a global statement, but gradually, focus on the specifics. A proper script is very important in order to address the root causes of the anger issue.

Here is a great  video I think you will find useful  children anger issues

When to use surrogate tapping?

Sometimes children can resist tapping, even when they know how to use it and it has worked for him in the past. You ought to try surrogate tapping for your child in this scenario. You can use surrogate tapping for kids also.

Overall, with EFT you can remove limiting beliefs about ideas and about who your children are. Help them unlock the potential of what they could be. EFT will open your heart up so that you are able to love your children exactly as they are. Personally, I consider tapping therapy to be a wonderful treatment for psychological trauma. What great gift can you give a child than unconditional love and acceptance?

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