“It takes a village to raise a child” resonates with me as I am witnessing how challenging it can be for some parents to raise children, especially in these days of global crisis. I often ask myself why is it so since it appears that parenting was easier in the past. I have several believes about this but the one that that I think is the isolation of parents and more prevalent individualism especially in North America as well as higher demands of life and parents in constant spread between providing means for survival and having time for family. This fast way of living and disconnection between people took away that community peace and made it harder for parents …. I still remember growing up in South-East Europe how trusting neighbours had the same authority as parents.
To help a bit, we are presenting you a parenting course that popped out on my FaceBook wall and I thought it could be interesting for you. It Is a free event that starts on May 3, Sunday. More details in organizer’s own words:
“Parenting is challenging enough.
These days, we face even more challenges as we now have more roles…and less space.
So how do we navigate these times and help our children develop the resilience to do the same?
This is the conversation that child trauma expert Ale Duarte and I will be having in a new free class, “What You Should Know About Parenting In Extraordinary Circumstances.” We’ll cover the somatic perspective on parenting in these times and arm you with tools to do so.
Join us LIVE on May 3rd and let’s work through this together: magamama.com/parenting-fb”
FOR THIS EVENT REGISTER HERE