Tag Archive for Parenting

How To Be a Patient Parent – Guest Blog

We’ve all been there – struggling to fake the resemblance to a sane person, a calm and composed parent, all while gritting our teeth exactly 2 seconds before all hell breaks loose. Eva, a mother of 4, and a creator and owner of Kid Minds, has a wealth of experience in how to “stay cool” and she shared it with her readers in the blog post  How To Be a Patient Parent – The One Simple Trick You Need In Your Life.


Childbirth and Parenting Classes

pregnant womanPregnant? New parent? There are many classes in and around Evanston to help you through pregnancy, labor and beyond.

Find more resources on our Pregnancy, Childbirth and Adoption page

Understanding Parenting Styles and Family Dynamics – Tuesday, July 16

ParentingDo you feel like your family is struggling with communication, discipline, or maybe things just aren’t running as smoothly as you might wish? Attend this parenting workshop to identify and understand your parenting style. The speakers will examine the most common parenting styles and consider how the one you were raised with has influenced your own. In doing this you can begin to develop an understanding of how to meld the different and sometimes opposing parental styles you may have with your partner, gain greater insights into your family dynamic, and begin to look at a variety of parenting techniques to identify the best fit for you and your family. Learn how to minimize your parenting weaknesses and maximize strengths while complementing those of your spouse.

Tuesday, July 16 7-8:30PM

Wilmette Public Library
Conference Room
1242 Wilmette Ave. Wilmette IL 60091

Please call or email to register as space is limited:

Val Newman 312.545.0800, val@centerforartfulintention.com