HHC – Calm, Confident and In Control!
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HHC – Calm, Confident and In Control!

This presentation provides strategies that will help you parent with confidence while teaching your children invaluable life skills. Highlights include tips for helping children manage anger energy; comparing parenting styles with children's temperaments, setting rules and boundaries, encouraging self-confidence and helping children cope with stress and disappointment. Children who are calm, confident and in control tend to be self-reliant, and comfortable with who they are, which causes them to be more resistant to peer pressure and bullying. Self-reliant children are more likely to be perceived as leaders and are well liked by peers. Speaker - Susan Marsh, M.Ed., CFLE, and Co-Owner of Parenting Partnerships, Inc.

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