Raising Kids Without Destroying the Marriage
An intimate discussion and Q&A with Sean Grover
Parenting is hard on couples. Though 90% of people in the western hemisphere are married, nearly half those marriages end in divorce after the birth of a first child. In fact, two-thirds of couples report that the quality of their relationship plummets after becoming parents. You may find that your relationship goes from, "I'll love you forever" to "What the hell was I thinking becoming a parent with this lunatic?"
Join renowned author and psychotherapist Sean Grover for an intimate Q & A and discussion that will include parenting tips and the vital need for ongoing relationship maintenance and tune-ups. Sean will introduce you to:
· The 2 contrasting parenting styles that undermine most relationships
· The 7 relationship crisis's caused by parenting
· How to balance parenting with self-care and couple-care
For the $20 registration fee, you can choose from two critically acclaimed parenting books:
1. Sean's WHEN KIDS CALL THE SHOTS: How to Seize Control from Your Darling Bully--and Enjoy Parenting or
2. HAPPY PARENTS, HAPPY KIDS, by International peace activist and Buddhist scholar, Daisaku Ikeda.
Sean Grover, LCSW, is a psychotherapist with over 20 years experience working with adults and children, and maintains one of the largest group therapy practices in the U.S. An inspiring speaker and designer of award-winning youth programs, Sean leads over 400 therapy groups a year in his practice, in addition to parenting workshops in clinics, medical centers, youth organizations, and schools.
Sean blogs for Psychology Today and Huffington Post, and he is featured in national and international articles by The Associated Press, in addition to Newsweek, US News, New York Magazine, The Washington Post, NPR and others. Sean has also been a featured on The Today Show.
Sean's parenting book, WHEN KIDS CALL THE SHOTS: How to Seize Control from Your Darling Bully--and Enjoy Parenting Again received a starred review from Publishers Weekly for best new non-fiction and appeared on the New York Times recommended reading list for parents.
For parenting tips and videos, visit www.seangrover.com.
"Psychotherapist Grover pulls no punches in this parenting manual...his empowering, motivating approach is highly compassionate."
"Grover offers tools to regain a balance of power so that the parent takes back the upper hand needed for effective parenting."
"Nobody delivers parenting workshops with the same compassion and humor. Parents leave Sean's workshop with more understanding, and practical parenting tips. If I could have one person on my speed dial to answer all my parenting questions, it would be Sean Grover."
Debbie Teitelbaum, LaGuardia HS Parent Association, February 2016