Why Traditional Parenting Doesn’t Work
When it comes to parenting kids who have had trauma, I struggle with imposter syndrome. I often ask myself, “How can I help other parents when I couldn’t do it perfectly or even well myself sometimes?”
We must let go of the myth that perfect parents exist. They don’t. And raising kids who have had trauma means a huge learning curve for us parents — especially if we have parented our bio children okayish with great results.
Join Kathleen for a coffee break explanation of why traditional parenting doesn’t work for kids who have experienced trauma.