How to Have Tough Conversations: Workshops for Parents
Posted on January 20, 2022 | Posted by Mary Stoneback
Let’s face it, some conversations are not easy. Maybe your child has come home and surprised you with a question about girls and boys and love heard from classmates during recess? Or maybe your youth or their friends are working through tough questions about identity. What do you say? Or not say? How do you have tough conversations about healthy boundaries and sexuality with your children and youth?
This February, Candace Woods, a Master of Divinity and trained comprehensive sexuality educator will do a series of workshops for parents with children and older youth on how to have conversations with your children about healthy boundaries and sexuality.
The first of the workshops for parents with children preschool-elementary aged Sunday February 6, 11:30 am – 1pm.
The second and third sessions, open to parents with middle school-high school aged youth, will take place Wednesday February 2 and Wednesday February 9 from 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm.
While an rsvp is helpful, all are welcome and we’d love to know if you’re planning to attend. For more information, contact Deacon Mary (303)475-4886 (text/call) or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.