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Círculo de luz para madres y padres.
La semana pasada te invité a reflexionar sobre el colecho, la lactancia materna y la exterogestación. Hoy me gustaría invitarte a reflexionar sobre la importancia del autoconocimiento.
This week we will continue to reflect on the myths of respectful parenting. Today we will talk about myth number 6.
Kids raising with respectful parenting have more tantrums than the other kids. What do you think?
In recent weeks I have invited you to reflect on different myths about respectful parenting and education. Today I want to invite you to reflect on the fifth myth. Respectfully raised children have no punishments for their actions.
The past few weeks I invited you to reflect about 3 different myths about respectful parenting.
Today I would like to invite you to the fourth myth: Respectfully raised children are not told no. What do you think?
Last week we are talking about the first myth about respectful parenting and today i would like to invite you to reflect about the second myth. Children raising with love and respect are dependent children.
The previous two weeks we were reflecting on the reality inside your home and society. Today we will begin to review 8 myths about respectful parenting and education. I invite you to hear about the first myth: Respectfully raised children are spoiled children. What do you think?