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Parents Invited to Get Their Smile On

February 5, 2014 at 1:35 PM

SPARTA, NJ – Back by popular demand, Smile on Parenting is offering the six-session “Parenting the Love and Logic Way™” parenting course. The series will be held March 4 to April 17 on Tuesdays from 9:15-11:15 a.m., Wednesdays 9:15-11:15 a.m. and Thursdays 6:45-8:45 p.m. at C3 Workplace, 37 Main St, Sparta. This course is designed for parents, caregivers and teachers with children ages 6 months to 18 years.

 Today, more than ever, parents feel the challenge of raising responsible, motivated and self-confident children. This series focuses on empowering adults with effective, easy-to-learn skills to address the needs and concerns of family life.

 Each week participants go home with a variety of time-tested, world renowned parenting techniques in their tool belt. Among many skills, parents become more capable of setting firm limits in a loving way without anger and threats.  They also feel confident in handing children’s problems back to them without regrets. As a result, the family is more happy and harmonious, plus the children are more likely to grow up equipped with character, compassion and problem-solving skills to help them thrive in the real world.

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 Love and Logic® Independent Facilitator, Wendy Miller, teaches the techniques that she and her husband have been utilizing for almost ten years with their own children. In a small class setting, she guides participants through entertaining tutorials, discusses concepts, helps apply the techniques learned to individual, real-life scenarios and inspires her clients to go home and experiment with their new parenting tools immediately.

The cost for the six-class series is $299 person or $399 couple. Classes are kept small, so register early.   Sessions missed can be made up any other time that session is offered, morning or evening.  

To register for the course, go to www.smileonparenting.com/contactme.html or send check to Smile on Parenting, POBox 663, Sparta, NJ 07871.

For more details, visit Smile on Parenting online at ww.smileonparenting.com or email Founder, Wendy Miller, at wendy@smileonparenting.com or call her at (973)903-6810.

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