How I Help Myself Relax + Get Along Well With My Kids

by Andrea Anderson on December 21, 2016

Hi there!

I have something I do when I want to feel relaxed (yet energized).

It’s something that helps me to lift my spirits, get my creative juices flowing AND when it comes to sitting down and helping my kids with their homework, (or whatever they need help with), I find I feel more present and actually enjoy helping them- instead of feeling like I want to pull my hair out.

For me, this method is hands down, a game changer.

Have a peek if you’d like.

And, if this method resonates with you, give it a try for yourself- it’s powerful stuff!

Hope your holidays are AWESOME!!!



PS Feel ready to make 2017 the year you+ your kids feel really good:  School going smoother, family getting along better, kids behaviors more “controllable”…  two ideas for ya:  You’re welcome to my f*reebie audio (shares some key tips for getting started)


If you’re really ready to move forward, here’s a link to my book -chalk full of in depth strategies that I followed to heal my sons of autism.  This approach works for anxiety, ADD, ADHD, learning challenges, sensory stuff + autism.  Book link

Know someone who might resonate and could use the help- be a healing angel and send them this info.  Who knows, it may make a BIG difference in their lives.

Freebie audio:


Thanks.  Peace to you + your family. Always!



Mamas: Did you know YOU have something that Drs + other experts don’t?

Something that can potentially change the course of your child’s life.

Perhaps even make things MUCH easier.

In this tip I tell you what it is you have that “they” don’t. And, how “it” can help your kid enormously!!!

I used this “strategy” when my younger son started to show signs of early autism and I continue to follow this to this day. It’s something that I will honestly rely on FOREVER now!

Thanks for watching!

And, lots of loving energy to you + your kids,


PS  Does something appeal to you with taking a less conventional approach to helping your kids?  Here’s a freebie audio I created that shares more tips for improving your kids anxiety, ADD, ADHD, sensory concerns, LD + autism- check it out if you’d like: