A big one for me is self-care for parents. I am not a parent myself, but working professionally with parents I often find that mothers specially forget to look after themselves and give (what I think) is too much focus on others. There is a difference between genuinely caring for our children and being so completely engrossed in their welfare that we forget to look after ourselves. In fact practising self-care is very good modelling for children, I think it is actually one of the best kinds of genuine care because we are modelling an important life-skill. Not at at all suggesting that parents ignore problems and only look after their own interests, but that putting energy into looking after ourselves actually puts us in a much stronger position when negotiating conflict situations. So then we are not easily overwhelmed, can stand our ground, be more assertive while also being loving.