Welcome to Sips of Sanity for the month of August. We are excited to bring to you five episodes that focus all of our attention on the multiple ways our services can benefit children. Hold tight if you don’t have any young-ins still roaming around the nest – these episodes are for parents, extended family, pseudo aunts and uncles, teachers and generally all adults that might have a run-in with a child at some point this week! This month is a particularly important month as we are focusing on the basic rights of children and they are:
To be Heard
To be Seen
To be Validated
To be Safe
To be Loved
To be Helped
To be Protected
All broken adults are children who have had their rights violated and our intention with these episodes are to educate adults about how to better care for and attend to the needs of all children. To clearly articulate your role and to supply you with tools that allow you to facilitate these basic rights more effortlessly.
Episode three is entirely dedicated to giving examples of the way being a Medium can benefit children and yourself as the adult. The first major example is about the relief you have access to when a Medium is able to channel a child you have lost- whether they lived any number of years as a human or never made it to term. Connecting to a child who has passed away can alleviate the pain, the guilt, stress and anxiety that comes with such unfortunate circumstances. Knowing they still call you Mom or Dad from the other side does wonders for our own soul and the way we move forward in life.
We hope this month’s episodes spark wonderful new conversations around the dinner table with you, your partner, your friends and perhaps even your colleagues. We all have a huge responsibility to the children of this world and to provide these rights to the child within our own selves.
If you have questions or comments about today’s episode you can email us at email@example.com. Enjoy and stay tuned for tomorrow’s episode on the ways being a Medical Intuitive can benefit children (and yourselves).