Listening to You: Real-Life Stories From Parents Using Hand in Hand Parenting Tools


On this episode of the podcast, you’ll hear:

“Before Hand in Hand, my life was a rollercoaster…”

“Before Hand in Hand, I felt at an ultimate loss…”

“Before Hand in Hand, I had no relationship with my daughter…”

This week’s episode is a very special one – we’re listening to you!

Real Stories From Parents Using Hand in Hand

Abigail recorded the real-life “before and after” stories of parents using Hand in Hand Parenting’s tools, and they are encouraging, inspirational, and extraordinary.

We listen to your amazing stories of change getting from those “before” stories to these:

“Everyday, I’m so grateful, there’s joy in my house.”

Still seeking your story?

If you have challenges in your parenting and want to see your own transformation consider reaching out to a Hand in Hand Instructor.

We have over 100 instructors worldwide, running classes and consultations. Seek them out if you need support!

Here’s details for the 30-day Reset that Abigail runs, and the dad’s class she mentions

And if you want to share a story we’d love to hear from you!

Your gift will help us reach 80,000 families

We create and teach resources that reach parents and change lives. This year we want to reach 80,000 families and as a non-profit, we could use your help!

Your gift helps us keep making podcasts and articles. It helps us offer scholarships on our parenting classes. It provides grants for our instructors to work with parents in prisons, on reservations, in schools and community colleges, and in underserved communities.

If our podcast has lightened your mood, touch you, inspired or uplifted you, please consider giving and passing that support forward. You can give at Even a small donation helps.

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