PEP Talks - Tuesdays in August and September

posted Aug 11, 2015, 5:34 PM by Natalie Beach   [ updated Aug 11, 2015, 5:51 PM ]


 

 My spouse and I don’t agree on how to discipline our son.

What worked with our oldest son blows up in my face with our daughter!

Does curfew REALLY matter?

All teens go through this, right?   RIGHT?????

I get so tired of playing good cop/bad cop because I’m always the bad cop.

 

There seems to be so much yelling going on in our family.  Honestly, sometimes I feel like giving up!

Sound familiar????  Then you might benefit from P.E.P. Talks, a parent-to-parent lunch forum that begins on Tuesday, August 18th.

 

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Parents, Stepparents, Grandparents, and Guardians…

You’re invited!!!

 

WHAT: P.E.P. TALKS: Parents Encouraging Parents Workshops

This series will deal with the challenges of setting healthy boundaries.  We’ll be tackling REAL issues with REAL families about things like money, curfews & parties, argumentativeness & moodiness, alcohol & drugs, academics, time management and chores.

WHEN: Tuesdays from 12:00-1:00

Series 1:  August 18th- September 22nd

WHERE: NEW LOCATION!!!!!

Putnam County Board of Education

1400 E. Spring Street

(Parking in the grass next to the road is permissible if needed.)

Can’t get away for lunch?  Plans are underway to video the sessions and post them on YouTube under PEP Talks Putnam. You can watch at YOUR convenience!!!

Questions??  Contact Paula King at kingp3@pcsstn.com