I really believe this

Whenever I'm asked about my work, people often ask how I got into it and what keeps me motivated.

Last week, something exciting happened—I was invited to attend a "Brand Influencer" event organized by Dave Ramsey's team. It took me all the way to Tennessee, and as I walked into the room filled with YouTubers, Finance Podcasters, and Instagram Influencers, I couldn't help but wonder why I was there.

I didn't have all the impressive metrics, social media analytics, or paid ads to showcase like the cool people I met. However, during the countless introductions I made (over 50 times!), I found myself sharing a deeply held belief that explains why I became a certified parent coach.

You see, as a child, my mom Cheryl raised not only us five kids but also an additional five daycare children. And she always had this unwavering conviction: "Every child has gifts!"

Years later, after a particularly challenging day filled with meltdowns while working with autistic children in my twenties, I could hear my mom's voice cheering me on. Her familiar phrase evolved in my mind to become: Every Child Has Gifts and It Is Up to YOU to Draw Them Out.

Growing up, I struggled with severe social anxiety that would often lead me to black out before even reaching high school. My parents loved me, but they had no idea about the daily battles I faced—heart palpitations, an upset stomach, and the world around me fading to darkness. I never thought to share my experience with them.

That's why I firmly believe that our role as parents is to understand our children's struggles and find ways to help them feel more at ease.

As a fellow parent, I know that when our kids feel better on the inside, our relationship with them becomes more enjoyable.

And that's precisely why I am so passionate about this work—I genuinely love kids, I care about parents, and I value the profound bond between them.

If you're a loving parent who could benefit from some tools to enhance listening, foster peace, and reduce family stress, I invite you to take a moment and listen to a snippet from my free online Monthly Gathering Call. The clip has a runtime of just 17 minutes, and it's packed with valuable insights.

During the call, you'll discover:

  • Effective approaches for dealing with demanding children who resist authority and have intense reactions to minor triggers.
  • An initial step towards calming their emotions and finding balance.
  • Gentle parenting techniques that sound good in theory but tend to backfire with emotionally intense kids.

I would genuinely love to hear from you—why is personal growth as a parent important to you? Feel free to send me an email or join our upcoming online gathering tomorrow at 1:15pm CST.

I purposely chose this time, hoping that your child might be taking a nap or enjoying some quiet time at home. And if you're at work, perhaps you can schedule a late lunch and join us for the session.

Don't hesitate to reply or sign up right here.




Samantha Moe, M.A. SLP
Certified Parent Coach
Creator, Mad to Glad Blueprint ™
Professional training to support intense kids and their families


P.S. Trust me, YOU have the power to make things better with your child, and you can witness significant improvements in no time! Every month, I lead a free online gathering exclusively for parents of emotionally intense kids, where we discuss how parenting these children can become easier and more enjoyable. Sign up for the free gathering by visiting this link: https://samanthamoe.com/monthly-gathering/

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