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From Boys to Men (Kiama NSW) – NEW DATE
November 30, 7:00 pm - 9:00 pmKiama, NSW
This event was postponed due to stay at home order/venue restrictions from 29th June – new date is the 30th November. All ticketholders have been contacted via email.
In this seminar, parenting author and educator and ‘boy champion’ Maggie Dent shares insights, tips and common-sense wisdom from her 2020 book, From Boys to Men: Guiding our teen boys to grow into happy, healthy men. Adolescence is a confusing time for teens and their parents and carers — and our boys have some particular challenges that we need to understand if we are to guide them safely to healthy manhood.
Maggie explores in a compassionate, practical way how we can:
- communicate effectively with our boys
- teach your lad to cope with loss and failure, and recover well
- help them foster healthy friendships and intimate relationships
- the importance of the line in the sand
- navigating middle school and high school
- ‘unstick’ an unmotivated son.
This seminar will empower and enlighten anyone who lives or works with boys 12-25 to better understand them and support them to thrive as they progress through this often-challenging stage of development, so they can grow into be happy, healthy men.
Please book online www.trybooking.com/BNLUZ
Please note this event is general admission (so you can sit wherever you like) and babes in arms are welcome at Maggie’s seminars. The event is not suitable for toddlers and older children.
**Please note if this event sells out, a waiting list will open on the ticketing page. If you add your name to the wait list, we will notify everyone on that list via email if an extra ticket allocation becomes available. ***
This event will comply with the public health guidelines around COVID-19. The NSW Government currently requires attendees to events such as this to be fully vaccinated. Please read the rules and requirements around events. Please do not attend this event if have been in contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19 in the last 14 days or have a fever or symptoms of acute respiratory infection (e.g. cough, sore throat, runny nose, shortness of breath).