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Yarning about perfectly imperfect parenting!

Join Sarah and Lucy as they discuss the myth of perfect parenting and the added stress this places on parents and children within families. Sarah talks about the need to focus on “good enough” parenting and reminds us it’s okay to not be okay too.

 

Interested in this topic? Want to dive a little deeper? Come along to our event on Friday the 16th April 2021 at Newcastle Health Collective at 6pm, we have three (3) of our amazing practitioners ready to explore this topic with you. The tickets are only $10.  All information can be found on our Facebook Event.

 

You can also follow Sarah on her Facebook Page. 

A yarn about the importance of connection and community!

Come and have a listen to Lucy yarn to Sarah about how connection is the consistent value in her professional practice with client, from connection to clients through yarning and sharing narratives to empower their wellbeing through to the importance of connection to Country to ensure we heal ourselves as humans, not just individually but collectively.

Somehow Sarah uses animals, spider web analogies to create a meaningful, organic and sometimes emotional conversation with Lucy about the importance of remembering that it is our humanness that ultimately connects us, and that humans are also a part of the natural world, so it makes sense we need to sustain Our Mother to sustain our own lives and wellbeing.

If you would like further information please see Sarah’s  Facebook Page  or on her Website.