parenting teensFinding and developing your own parental style, as a mother, a father and as a team, is an important feature of family life. It’s about creating create the soft side of hierarchy (the fun, celebrations, rewards and efforts at understanding and comforting your child, adolescent or young adult) as well as the hard side (the rules, boundaries, lessons of the week, chores, expectations and consequences). Jayne will help you develop theses ideas, paying special attention to the temperament of each child and adult.



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