Confident Families

     Helping Parents Thrive 

 

A confident kid needs a confident parent.

 

Children will model their behavior based on what they see their parents do or not do.

 

But let's face it, parenting is hard.  

And it's easy to lose confidence in your ability as a parent:

  • To feel guilty about what you're doing or not doing

  • To feel like you're not spending enough time with your child.

  • To feel like you don't have enough patience.

  • To feel like your child should get better grades.

  • To feel like you're just not enough.

  • To feel guilty because you want some time to yourself.

 

And there's no one to talk to about it. 

 

And you feel frustrated and stuck!

 

MONTHLY  SPEAKER SERIES TO  INFORM, INSPIRE AND EDUCATE

CONFIDENT FAMILIES  has programs to fit your needs.

WHY WAIT?

GET

  • An unbiased, non-judgmental expert to go to, ask questions, get advice.

  • An end to the worry and guilt.

  • A sympathetic ear to listen.

  • Someone who understands what you're going through.

  • The tools and strategies to up-level your life.

  • The confidence to be the best you can be for yourself and your family.

  • The guidance of an expert with more than 40 years of experience in education, and raising four children of her own.

Imagine how this will shift your life! Imagine how it will impact your family.  

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©2019 by Confident Kids Now. 

I'm Mary Kerwin

and I’ve been a teacher for over 40 years, as well as a mother to four children who pay their own bills. I understand the struggle of getting this parenting thing “right”. It’s hard to juggle all.the.things while making sure your children have everything they need to live happy, well-adjusted lives. 

 

I created this holistic curriculum because I saw a huge gap in what was being taught in school, and what kids actually need to make it in the real world. I believe it’s absolutely imperative for our kids to develop life skills because it will have a direct impact on their confidence and their future.