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Mary - Mum of Three
The Calm Parenting Community has helped me to know that my mistakes can be undone and that I can be the parent and person I’d like to be.
Blàthnàid - Mum of three
Before this course, my children’s responses often confused or infuriated me. Now I understand them, and myself, a lot better!
Sarah - Mum of three.
I have to thank you and the Calm Parenting Commuity. I have tried many supports over my many years as a mam and this group has helped me more than you could ever know. Thanks again!
Jane, Mum of two
Bethan gave me the gift of compassion and I will always be grateful for that
Sonya, Mum of two
It’s so incredible to have space to reflect and understand it all
Dayna, Mum of four
Knowing that I have others to turn to makes it easier to open up and accept my faults and that they can be undone
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