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 পিতামাতা এবং অভিভাবকদের জন্য অনলাইন ওয়ার্কশপ.

শনিবার ৪ঠা মার্চ ২০২৩
বিকাল ৩টা – ৫টা পর্যন্ত

Each parent has their own journey of upbringing and life experiences. Our parenting practices are shaped by these experiential stories. When two individuals come together in a marriage – these stories either connect or cause conflict.

Overcoming conflict is often more difficult between two individuals who have divorced or separated. Ending the relationship may have provided some relief to the conflict between the parties involved, but those who have children together, and have not separated amicably, learn quickly that the children are in the middle of their conflict.  They may also learn that conflicts that existed during the relationship have a way of persisting into co-parenting. It may seem impossible at the onset, but it is possible to overcome conflict in co-parenting.

Join this workshop:
  • To explore what causes conflict in parenting
  • To use healthy strategies to raise children peacefully as partners in parenting
  • To find ways to maintain a working relationship for the benefit of the children.
  • To understand how to co-parent if separated or divorced

‘Highly recommend the workshop. It offers parents help and support and gives parents strategies to help their families more forward to deal with current problems – Umm Umar (2019)

partcipant feedback...

Thank you Dr Mahera, I can genuinely say that Wednesday evening helped me a lot to overcome many negative feelings and emotions. This clearly is liberating for both me and the girls. I really see how putting them and my relationship with them first, as well as their positive relationship with their father first, is millions of times more important than being right or trying to prove my case to anyone. Jazakallahu khair. Furthermore not taking the role of the victim makes me feel so much more proactive and in control.
I am interested in the mother/daughter sessions you mentioned. I can see that getting an overview is very helpful.'
JC (2022)