[POSTPONED] Finding Your Balance in Eastern and Western Parenting

  • Language: English
  • Target Audience: Adults, Educators/Parents
  • Category: Children, Teens
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Fri, 2 Mar, 2018, 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM (GMT+8)

The LLiBrary

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11 Eunos Road 8, #03-02, Singapore 408601

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  • Language: English
  • Target Audience: Adults, Educators/Parents

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[ Due to unforeseen circumstances, this programme has been postponed to 21 April. We apologise for any inconvenience caused. ]

Your unique parenting philosophy begins with well-defined beliefs – without a strong set of beliefs, one’s parenting style becomes inconsistent and shifts according to comments and social expectations from family, friends and neighbours.

If there is one thing in common, it is that all parents want to raise their children to reach their highest potential. But how different are we in our views of success, disciplinary methods, communication styles and in our parenting philosophies?

Join us as we journey from east to west to explore various parenting beliefs and philosophies from all around the world.
About the Speaker
Ho Ying Ying is an early childhood consultant and founder of Candlemight, a social enterprise which facilitates parent support sessions for disadvantaged mothers and conducts staff and volunteer training on building rapport with children from challenging social economic backgrounds.

A solo-parenting mother of two, Ying found direction in life when she became a mother at 22. She understands the challenges faced by parents, and believes that all parents need listening and connection, so they can find the answers that are within themselves. Ying has conducted hands-on training and workshops at schools, community centres and public libraries.

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