Parenting ... How Am I Doing?
Tuesday, December 7, 2021, 7pm
A Guided Parenting Conversation
Still looking for your child's operating manual? No worries, we're all still searching and wondering >
Did I do enough?
Should I push? If no, why not? If yes, when, and how hard?
Am I missing something?
Am I doing it wrong?
Marnie Grodzin, a licensed social worker, Decatur Prevention Initiative Project Coordinator, Look for Kind Founder, and local parent, will lead us in a community parenting discussion.
With rising mental health concerns, a never-ending national pandemic, and social issues galore, there is no time like the present to meet and network with each other.
Per the Search Institute, a premiere parenting and family research organization, "families need to be in community with other families who they can share with, learn from, and rely on."
This is a great opportunity for us to gather and share. We hope to see you online!
This event will be a judgement-free zone, as we all talk about our most meaningful and sometimes challenging job.
This session will not be recorded.
Marnie Grodzin, LMSW
Founder, Look for Kind
Project Coordinator, Decatur Prevention Initiative
Member, Decatur Parent Network
This complimentary presentation is sponsored by
Decatur Parents Network, a sub-committee of the DHS Parent Teacher Student Association,
additional support provided by Decatur Prevention Initiative.