Want to learn how to bring out the full potential in your children, and solve behavioral issues?
Mid-Columbia Parenting is presenting their full 12-hour Bledsoe “Parenting with Dignity” video series in January. This parenting workshop features Mac and Barbara Bledsoe (parents of pro quarterback Drew Bledsoe), and has been featured on the TODAY Show, ABC’s 20/20, CBN, and other national and local radio and television programs. Scholarly research shows that comprehensive workshops like these, which include role-play (and customized follow-up for each parent if desired), is the format that effectively builds your child and creates happy households.
These workshops cover every aspect of parenting for ages 1-18, and typically include a live Skype session with the Bledsoe’s. Parents, grandparents, teachers and childcare providers will learn are how to raise children to:
▪ Build a strong self-concept/character
▪ Make the right decisions about behavior
▪ Withstand peer pressure
▪ Overcome today’s culture of sex, drugs, violence and apathy
▪ Become the best they can be, in every aspect of their lives (behaviorally, emotionally, socially, and academically)
As well as obtain the tools to be able to:
▪ Get children to obey without you having to demand obedience
▪ Communicate well with your teenager
▪ Have an effective discipline program and still maintain strong and loving relationships with your children
▪ Have a household free of arguing and conflict
Dates and Location:
Tuesday and Thursday evenings 6:30-8:00 pm starting Tuesday January 14th and ending February 13th at White Bluffs Elementary School in Richland. Free 45 minute preview of workshop available January 7th at 6:30 PM at same location. Childcare available for age 5 through 5th grade for main workshop. $40 donation suggested for entire series, and can be paid at workshop. Register by calling Mark at 845-2092 or send your name and phone# to the email@example.com email address (see link at bottom of this page). Include whether you desire childcare and for what ages.