LIVE MONS 1 PM ET/12CT/11amMT/10PT “It seems I’ve officially lost my mind. I think my kids ran away with it.” Parents, do you ever feel like this? Are you tired of trying to meet other people’s expectations of you as a parent? Would you like to live without the guilt, doubt, fear, worry, disrespect and frustration that many parents take on? Mary Dravis-Parrish is here each week to guide you through the woes, challenges, questions and possibilities of parenting that will create more ease and confidence. Families today are not just traditional families; they now include single parents, parents of the same gender, as well as grandparents raising grandchildren. Mary knows that regardless of the structure of a family, families can thrive, be happy and successful in today’s world. She also knows that the world will be a much better place when family life focuses on empowering parents and kids to be the unique caring beings they are meant to be. Mary provides simple strategies and techniques that allow each family to raise children that feel confident stepping into their unique gifts and talents to offer to the world. She utilizes her teaching experience along with her natural talents for getting to the root of what is causing distress, discord and dis-ease in family living. https://www.beyouparenting.com/
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