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Parenting in Partnership
with Alison Armstrong
4 Hours and 40 Minutes Audio Recording MP3s of a Live Program

Parenting is the hardest thing Alison has ever done. And also the most rewarding. As her children have become adults, she can also see that being a mother caused her to grow the most, and have tremendous victories of human spirit.

Find out her compassionate, enlightening and empowering responses to questions like these:

  • What is my job as a parent?
  • How can I be an effective parent?
  • Why does my child lie and conceal?
  • Am I too protective?
  • How do I partner with the other adults in my child’s life?
  • How much freedom should I give my child?
  • How do I support them in being successful?
  • What should I do when my child is angry or upset?
  • And last but not least, these days: Does my child play too many video games? Or watch too much TV?

Now that her children are grown and launched in their own lives, Alison has a different perspective on what she could control, and what she had no chance of ever controlling. She wants to help other conscious parents from her experience in applying principles of partnership to being a parent and co-parent.

If you’re ready to shift from parenting from instinct to parenting from partnership, please join us for this unique, three-part teleclass series. Alison shares insights about applying the principles of partnership to parenting for single parents, blended families, AND traditional families.

In this audio download, you will learn this, and more:

  • How human instincts set us up for conflicts, suffering, and failure as a parent
  • What to do to create partnership with other adults who effect your children
  • What you’ll have to risk to create partnership and empowerment with your child
  • What is normal male/female behavior in children and teens
  • How we contribute to attitude problems and rebellion
  • Hear Alison's answers to common questions asked by participants during the live program.

Alison doesn’t consider herself an “expert” on parenting. She has, however, “experimented” in using the principles of partnership with her husband in parenting their three children. She won’t be providing a formula for success. She promises to stimulate how you think about yourself as a parent, and examine how you relate to the unique human beings entrusted to your care.