Parents' zone

Debunking myths about parenting and child development

About this class

 

 

 

 

 

This masterclass is a bit different to the ones we usually do. Instead of having one expert talking about one topic, we have many different experts debunking different myths about parenting and child development. We will keep on adding to this masterclass regularly, so watch out! And if there are any particular myths that you would want us to debunk or to discuss, do please send us an email at: hello@recparenting.com

 

 

Lessons in this class

7 Lessons (3:55min)
0. Lesson - Myth: Teenagers are lazy 0:32
1. Lesson - Myth: Children don't learn anything in Forest School 0:29

2. Lesson - Myth: It is not hard for teenagers to leave an abusive relationship 0:57
3. Lesson - Myth: Only children are spoiled 0:28
4. Lesson - Myth: Parents should never argue in front of the kids 0:33
5. Lesson - Myth: Children with imaginary friends are weird 0:32
6. Lesson - Myth: Parenting comes naturally to everyone 0:24

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