Conseil et Formatrice en Communication et Développement Personnel Conférencière Écrivain
BECOMING A GRANDPARENT : HOW TO FIND YOUR PLACE IN THE FAMILY
The images of the "apron and jam" Grandma and the "fishing and gardening" Grandpa have done their time and need to be stored in our "nostalgia" album . Today, if you're fifty or sixty years old, you're no longer an "old person" like before. Neither surrogate parents nor childminders, today's grandparents must find their place as they have an important part to play in their grandchildren's life. Guardians of their transgenerational family history, they have roots, values and stability to pass on. And as they are not directly involved in the daily education of their grandchildren, they can also offer invaluable availability, patience and listening.
FAMILY HARMONY : THE KEYS TO SUCCESS
From the creation of a young couple to the birth of their grandchildren, the family changes over the years. Families go through stages, crises, instability-causing upheavals, family conflicts and uncertainty. For most people, the family is a safe bet, a safe haven. But whilst dreaming of a loving and united family, many people go through tension, fighting and a lot of frustration. What are the causes of family dysfunction? This conference offers keys and insights so that from these turbulent times each person can learn to retake their rightful place in the family.
FROM DIVORCE TO THE RECONSTITUTED FAMILY
Today, one couple out of three divorces. Behind this sociological reality, divorce remains a personal drama, seen as a failure, with feelings of shame, guilt, anger, and even hate. How do you protect your children during this storm ? How do you heal from this narcissistic wound and mourn the relationship ? And when you feel the desire to build a new home, how do you recreate a family and find balance with all this new data ? To built a successful reconstituted family, there are precautions to take and pitfalls to avoid. This is what I propose to explore during this conference.