Suppose you had someone available to help with your parenting questions, would you use them?

Would you pay for services a mentor could provide?

Perhaps you are having difficulties with your toddler, or you have a tween and are ready to pull your hair out?

How about help with communicating with your teen?

Or maybe you are considering homeschooling and don't know where to begin.

Parenting mentors can help with all of the above and so much more.

With today's social pressures, parents need help...would you be interested if the price was right?

Would you participate in tele-classes?

Just wondering....if I could do it all over again, I would love to have a parenting mentor, how about you?

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Good Question,

I probably would if i have another child, just because its different having the shoes on the other feet....
I actually do parent-mentoring now and parents certainly make fantastic use of me with their older children- especialy now when times are sooooooooooo ver different to how they were

Saying that though- i dont know if i woud pay for it- I do it a my day job, and so parents dont pay me themselves directly...



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