|Jessica Deltac with her 2 adorable daughters taken 3 years ago. Her 2 daughters are now 7 and 4.|
It is natural to protect our children from emotional harm and physical injury, but at times this protection prevents children from engaging in their world. Due to inbred fear, a child may not even view it as their world. By experiencing new stimulus and risks, children and adults are free to discover the genesis of their calling. Jessica Deltac believes that passions are the most positive form of motivation for all people. Most parents want their children to be led by their passions, but have difficulty with loosening the reigns enough to allow the freedom to discover them on their own. In order to connect to our passions – we must be brave, supported and open-minded. A legacy that all FLV parents strive to endow.
Come experience a shift in perspective about time, safety and communication to best empower your child on their path of connecting to their passions (from infancy – teendom).
TOPICS TO BE DISCUSSED:
- What if I could have prevented the ow-ee? Embracing natural harm – a wise teacher.
- How do you avoid the tick-tock? Unnecessary stressors in punctuality
- What lies between words and furrowed brows? Unraveling our meta messages as parents
- Will she/he ever be old enough to hold a saw? Understanding and encouraging successful risk-taking
- What if I know nothing about what they love? Allowing mentors into your child's life
To get a jumpstart on the workshop read Jessica's blog The Safe Way to Saw.
As well as the 2 links in the first paragraph: Ted Talk on 5 Dangerous things we should allow our kids to experience and NYTimes article – Are Playgrounds too Safe?
Jessica Deltac has a Masters in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University here in Los Angeles, as well as, an undergraduate degree from the University of NC in Chapel Hill in Religious Studies. Her path of attachment parenting began on her first date with her husband who shared that he wanted all of his children to be homebirthed. Her bumper sticker on the family car now reads: Happy Family Onboard! We homebirth, co-sleep, breastfeed, homeschool and enjoy each other's company daily. Are you this Happy?
WHEN: Saturday 12/17/2011
WHERE: The Yogi Tree ~ 4475 Vineland Avenue ~ Toluca Lake, CA 91602
WHAT TO BRING:
$15 per family for the presentation
$8 per family if you plan to use the conscious childcare in the Sprout Lounge. Please RSVP at email@example.com 2 days BEFORE the workshop
For Dinner, bring: Your own dishware to stay green and a healthy main or side dish for the potluck
And please join us for our holiday PFAC: Wrapping From the Heart the following Sunday 12/18/11 from 2-4pm.
We will also be celebrating the Winter Solstice this evening by joining in FLV's tradition "Releasing of the Old and Igniting of the New".
For further details and/or questions about either event, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you.