## What Parents Of Math-Confident Children Secretly Do (That Typical Parents Don’t) – #3

Friday, May 5th, 2017There’s a very specific set of PARENT beliefs and behaviors that allows a child to actually go through this life-changing transformation from math freakout to math mastery.

But most parents don’t know about these beliefs and behaviors – and don’t fully understand what a child in math crisis actually needs to become math-confident.

So I am on a mission to educate parents about this!

In my **first** article in this series, I shared **how math-masterful parents see high-level support as normal and desirable, both for their child and for themselves.** (Full article here.)

**Second, parents of Math Masters are no longer willing to suffer or wait.** (Read the full post here.)

And third…

**3. Math-masterful parents recognize when it’s time to bring in outside support.**

Typical parents do not recognize when their help is no longer moving their child forward.

They tend to deny it, or overcompensate for it.

They tell themselves things like, “Well, even though my daughter’s telling me she never understands my explanations, I’ll just get better at explaining it to her somehow.”

Other typical parents will just continue to acquire more and more information, believing that if they just get the right workbook or alternate curriculum, somehow it will mean they’re suddenly able to connect with their kid.

They tell themselves that, even though they’re completely exhausted,

“I just need to find more energy” (out of nowhere)

or “I just need to be more positive” (even though they’re completely discouraged).

In contrast, **math-masterful parents recognize when it’s time to bring in outside support.**

For example, a parent came to me because she was locked in a toxic math dynamic with her daughter.

Her daughter refused to do her math homework unless she was sitting next to her mom, but was so anxious that she would trigger her mom’s frustration, and then, massive guilt.

Even though they were working super hard, the daughter’s math grades continued to slide, and she wasn’t truly mastering the material.

This mom recognized that she was not the one to help her daughter, and chose to bring me in to break the pattern.

Now her daughter happily does her math homework independently, and her mom can literally relax and read a book in another room.

Their toxic mother-daughter math dynamic has been totally healed.

**Would you like to experience this same transformation, from math freakout to math mastery and confidence?**

I would love to connect with you and explore how I could best support your child to truly love math and experience it as master-able and magical.

Just fill out this application here.

Once your application is received, I’ll reach out to schedule a special time for us to talk on the phone and get clear on if my work would make sense for your family.

I can’t wait to connect!

Sending you love,

REBECCA

Related posts:

How to know when it’s time to stop tutoring your own kid

What to do when your kid’s math fills you with dread

Do you wish your kid could feel like Albert Einstein?

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