I must share the standard disclaimer that I am not a doctor and cannot give out medical advice. Crystals for healing should be used as a compliment to other therapies and not as a replacement for regular medical care.
When there is parent child conflict or we are always second guessing what we should have done, it can put stress on both the parent and the child. Parent-child relationships are often rocky and difficult. Parenting is something you learn and can be made easier with a few simple tools. The first I suggest is family counseling. It can bring out all the issues that you may not recognize as problems. The second is be the parent first and a friend second. There are many stones that can assist you.
Blue Lace Agate
is a stone for communication between parent and child allowing you both to express openly without anger on issues.
helps develop trust in yourself and your decisions and gives courage to do what your intuition guides you to do.
promotes self-esteem and self-confidence,it transmutes negative energy and promotes harmony in families.
differentiates between what needs to be done and when it is alright to stand back and allow the child to learn soul lessons. It combines unconditional love and tough love to help a child learn responsibility for their own decisions.
gives you the courage to speak what you believe to be truth. It show that you have something worth speaking and the courage to speak it. In other words it tell you to walk the talk, follow through with what you say and stick with it.
is a stone of connections and belonging. It brings unconditional love and teaches that we all deserve love no matter what we may have done. It teaches that patience bring acceptance that you are part and parcel of a whole family unit.
I hope this helps you and give you the support you need.
Master Crystal Healer
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