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The importance of self-knowledge in children

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Tamara Zurita
Tamara Zurita
Tamara Zurita Riquelme, nacida en Chile el año 1980. Casada, madre de 3 hijos cuyas edades son 9, 5 y 2 y medio. Hace 6 años se muda a Carolina del Norte, por trabajo del marido. De profesión Educadora de parvulos ( preescolar) y licenciada en educación de la prestigiosa Universidad de Concepcion, Chile. Diplomada en gestión y liderazgo; Promotora de crianza respetuosa certificada, Autora del libro Sintonía de latidos ( primera edición) Autora del libro heartbeats melody( pronto a su lanzamiento) Trabajos voluntarios en hogares de menores desde los 14 años. Facilitadora en grupos de acompañamientos de crianza para padres y madres en edad preescolar, presenciales y online.

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Circle of light for mothers and fathers: The importance of self-knowledge in children.

The previous weeks we were reflecting on the importance of self-knowledge of ourselves as adults, as an essential tool in respectful parenting. Today I would like to invite you to reflect on the importance of this self-knowledge but now focused on children.

The previous weeks we were reflecting on the importance of self-knowledge of ourselves as adults, as an essential tool in respectful parenting. Today I would like to invite you to reflect on the importance of this self-knowledge but now focused on children

Weekly column with Tamara Zurita Riquelme.
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