Yes, You Can Have “Big” Conversations with Your Kids

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Are you nervous about engaging in discussion with your kids? Not sure how to have those big, meaningful conversations? Mary Wilson helps us dig in!

Are you nervous about engaging in discussion with your kids? Not sure how to have those big, meaningful conversations? Mary Wilson helps us dig in!

Mary Wilson, homeschool mother of four, ages teen to elementary school, has lots of great ideas to share for starting and engaging in meaningful conversation. Join us as we chat all about it!

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Are you nervous about engaging in discussion with your kids? Not sure how to have those big, meaningful conversations? Mary Wilson helps us dig in!

Lynna Sutherland

Lynna believes that the gospel moves the homeschool mom from performance to possibility. She offers support for moms overwhelmed by homeschooling multiple ages and distracted by constant sibling conflict. Ditch what slows you down and look to Jesus. (Hebrews 12:1-2)

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  • I have only boys. Youngest is 16. As homeschool mom, I have seen all of my sons pull away from me, the “mommy” and realize our relationship needs to undergo a change as they become men. Since I struggle putting off the ‘mom’ in me, I have to remind myself frequently they don’t appreciate momming anymore… they want respect and support. Given this, what advice do you have for moms to enable healthy and strong connections with their upper teen sons?

    • Wendy, that is a great question! I can tell you that neither Mary nor I have boys quite that old yet, but I still think it’s worth discussing! I’ll add it to the Ask a Question box in the event. Be sure to register so that you’ll be able to watch it and/or catch the replay. 🙂