The Parenting Summit Starts Tomorrow (March 19)

Book ThumbnsilConnected Parenting founder Jennifer Kolari was honored to be asked to be part of Jacqueline Green‘s week-long online Parenting Summit that starts tomorrow, Friday, March 19. The Summit covers a wide variety of topics that are very important to parents who want to know how to help their kids thrive.

Jennifer is looking forward to discussing how to deal with sensitive or anxious children. Other experts include Dr. Kathlyn Hendricks, who along with her husband has written best-selling books on conscious relationships, teen parenting expert Vanessa Van Petten who shares her perspective on how to connect and protect teens, and blended and step family author Shirley Crees Dudley who will discuss how to get a great start to your new family and how to deal with common issues.

Visit The Parenting Summit for free registration and for more information. Jennifer’s portion will air on Friday, March 26 at 12:00 p.m. EST.  Hope you can listen in.

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