Ep 60: Using the power of words to make a positive impact on your children with Caity Neub

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'I never do it right!' or 'I'm such a failure!'
Do you ever say that to yourself?
Your thoughts and your words have so much power. Your thoughts impact your words and your words impact your actions.
In todays episode I invited Caity over and we chatted about the power of our words in motherhood. Our words have so much impact on us and our kids.
In this episode we covered:
-How to be more aware of your thoughts and your words that we speak to ourselves and our children
-How to point our kiddos back to Christ when they are struggling
-How to use gratitude and affirmations to shift your thoughts when you are in a negative mindset
-How to use Scripture to support your positive mindset
Caity is a young mom to four small children. She lives in Ohio, likes to make homemade granola, and is obsessed with the Octonauts. As time allows, she mentors other women in healthy thinking patterns based on the Word of God because she firmly believes that your perspective is what defines your life.
Connect with Caity:
IG: @caityneub
FB: https://www.facebook.com/caityneub
Podcast: The Clarity Show w/Caity Neub
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