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An online self-paced program focused on the long term relationship with your child, rather

An online self-paced program

that enables you to be a positive role model for your child

An online self-paced program focused on the long term relationship with your child, rather

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Does one or more of the following resonate with you?

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Our program offers you a sustainable solution to each of these challenges & desires you have

First two lessons, limited offer

Why go through this program? 

At the end of your life, looking back, what will matter most to you as a parent?

This program is ideal if you have a child between 5 and 12 years old but beneficial to parents with children of all ages

What will you gain as a result of this program?

You will empower your child to feel confident in their abilities, unconditionally cared for and able to lead their own lives

Communicate and act in a healthier way with your child

Stronger and less conflictual relationships with your child and those you love most

Have the tools to better cope with difficult situations with your child when you get triggered

Feeling happier, calmer and more grounded and less stressed and overhwelmed

Break old patterns and develop healthier ways of dealing with your emotions

The most prominent research on wellbeing, the child-parent relationship & sustainable change condensed and delivered to you in a bite-sized easy to understand & apply format


About Nour Azhari 
M.A Clinical Psychology, Columbia University


Hello! My name is Nour, founder of Better for My Child and coach & trainer on the topics of Identity, Resilience & Mental Well-being. 
My passion lies in studying what hinders and what promotes human flourishing and equipping people with the research-based tools to nurture their well-being and that of those they love.
Growing up, I witnessed loved ones living overwhelmed by feelings of fear, self-doubt, anxiety, frustration, emotional numbness etc. In parallel, I also had my struggles in adolescence. These personal experiences have allowed me to get a taste of what living consumed by our self-sabotaging patterns can do to us and our surroundings. That's how I began my journey in the field of human well-being years ago. 

Today, one of the most rewarding ways I contribute to the field is by supporting parents like you to show up as positive role models so that you can lead an authentic and meaningful life while helping your children learn to do the same. 

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No Credit Card Required

before the third lesson!

A resource you can always come back to! 

What does the program look like?

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You will go through the modules of the program through an easy-to-use platform, at your own pace!



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Why is this program so important?

Contrary to common misconception, healthy parenting does not come naturally. It's a process we learn, and there shouldn't be any shame about that. In fact, going through a research-based training is the most meaningful act of love you can make to yourself and your child. 

Did you have a time as a child when you wished your parents had gone through a parenting training? Or how many people do you know who did? 

It's human nature not to take action until things get bad or until we notice things are bad. 

Let's do things differently. For ourselves, our children, and our society as a whole.


Let's put the science of human well-being at the center of our actions. Because at the end of the day, this is what matters most to all of us. 


Every child is different, every parent is different, but our fundamental core needs and processes are the same.

A small investment of your time right now can have a significant positive ripple effect in your life and your children's lives well into the future.

Curriculumof the program

Program outline

You can go through our program anytime, anywhere and at your own pace

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