Finding Your Tribe: Shouldn’t I just Know How to Parent?

English

Did you ever think you’d need help in your parenting?

Elle and Abigail figured they might need help initially, but never years and years into their parenting. This week they discuss the moment they knew they needed help, how they reached out, and the differences they saw when they found their parenting “tribe.”

Elle talks up the value of support in a shared community, and Abigail champions finding a mentor. There should be no embarrassment or shame in asking for help, but yet it’s something both hosts admit is hard to do.

Join us this week to talk about the moments when parenting feels hard, and how to find the support you need.

Reach Out!

Elle mentions two active discussion groups, Hand in Hand’s Yahoo email group, and the Facebook Parents Support Group (for parents only, and actively using Hand in Hand tools). We’d love to have you join us!

Keep Connected

We’d love to hear about the issues affecting you and your family. You can follow Hand in Hand on FacebookTwitterPinterest, and Instagram. Be sure to drop Elle and Abigail a message

You can contact Abigail Wald about parenting courses and consultations at realtimeparenting.com

Sign up for our Monthly Newsletter 

You can listen to this episode and every episode on iTunes. Don’t forget to subscribe!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Elle Kwan Elle Kwan

related articles

let's get started!What to do When Toddlers BiteWhen Your Toddler Hits You: A New PerspectiveSetting Limits with Young Children