In conversation with a one to one coaching client of mine – her name is Chloee, and you can meet her by listening to our conversation in this podcast episode – I began to realize one huge challenge parents are facing right now:
When Chloee and I first started working together last year, she told me how incredibly overwhelmed she was at the volume of information available for free.
This course, that article, this list of tips, that webinar.
She could not decide what to pay attention to, because of the noise all this created for her.
And yet, Chloee still had significant challenges she faced.
Somehow they needed to be addressed. But she wasn’t sure how, or what to do.
She worried about her two-year-old daughter’s development.
Confined to a small apartment for weeks and months at a time.
What should her daughter the doing?
What should she be eating?
Was she developing okay, or were there problems that Chloee was missing?
Perhaps biggest of all, how long would this go on?
What if it went on so long that it fundamentally damaged Chloe’s beautiful girl?
Overwhelmed by resources, Chloee couldn’t find an answer. Continue reading “Information overload: a huge danger for parents”