What would it mean for our families, our community, and even the world if a critical mass of parents raised children who knew their worth and connected with others from a place of empathy and respect? Children who navigate the world believing, “Yes, we are all imperfect and vulnerable and sometimes afraid, but that doesn’t change the truth that we’re also brave and worthy of love and belonging.” It doesn’t matter if your child is 4 years old, 14, or 44 – parenting is a lifetime commitment.
Join us in this four lesson course as we explore what it means to raise children with courage, compassion, and connection.
This course marks the beginning of the Kitchen Table Parenting Collection and is the prerequisite course for any of the parenting deep dive courses.
There are no required readings for the class, but Brené's
The Gifts of Imperfection is great foundational reading.
Course facilitated by Brené.
Launches January 9, 2017 and available on-demand.
You can purchase this course as part of
The Kitchen Table Parenting Collection Introductory Bundle and also get two single lesson deep dives - Boundary Setting and Expectation Setting for $100.
||What's NOT OK
|Share the work, bringing people together to learn in community, convening a dialogue with people going through the course
||Use the course for financial gain or commercial purposes (examples include charging people, marketing the gathering, promoting yourself as a facilitator of the work).
|Purchase multiple licenses or seats in the class and gift them to friends, colleagues, family, small groups, etc.
||Purchase multiple licenses or seats in the class and sell them to friends, colleagues, family, small groups, etc.
|Gather folks together to go through the course – schedule meetings, lead discussions, etc.
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|Invite your friends or colleagues to join you.
||Market/advertise to the public
|Be a part of a group where each member is an enrolled student.
||Purchase one license (seat in the course) and share it with the group.