During times of stress, knowing where to go to get help is a critical protective factor that keeps families strong. No one should have to go it alone. However, asking for help is a big hurdle for most people.
As parents we can get caught in the trap of thinking we are supposed to ”naturally” know how to help our kids during times of stress. Asking for help is often seen as a sign of incompetence or weakness. No parent wants to feel incompetent when it comes to providing for their family and protecting their children. Moving with children under the age of 19 is overwhelming and parents often don’t know what their family truly needs during this time of change and transition.
Asking for help involves trust – trusting in others’ expertise and trusting in yourself. The Moving Families Initiative® provides Certified Preferred Real Estate Agents™ who serve as trusted advisors, connecting families with the resources they need to reduce the stress of moving on their family. In addition to a network of trusted advisors, the Moving Families Initiative® Connectivity Platform™ provides a one-stop shop for accessing critical resources that help your family during the move. Click here and here to discover resources to reduce parental stress when moving so you can be fully present to help your kids with the difficulties they will face when moving.
No parent should have to move without a written game plan. To get connected with a Moving Families Initiative® Preferred Real Estate Agent™, visit www.movingfamiliesinitiative.com.