Do I Have To?: How Chores Empower Families
The Foundation of Childhood Chores
Hilltown Families presents ... Do I Have To?: How Chores Empower Families, a FREE interactive and fun presentation for adults with author Susan Tordella at 6:30pm on Wednesday, March 30th at Cup & Top Cafe (1 North Main St.) in Florence, MA. Learn how cleaning toilets, washing dishes and raking leaves empower families.
Author of Raising Able: How Chores Cultivate Capable Young People (www.raisingable.com), Susan Tordella will share how the triad of family meetings-chores-and-dinner empower children to make good decisions, enable parents to retire from family servant, and create a positive family atmosphere.
In this free presentation, expect to hear stories, laugh and participate while learning a positive system to influence children to make good decisions. The goal is to nurture young people to become trustworthy teenagers who choose wisely when they are 60 miles away going 60 miles an hour. Childhood chores establish a foundation for self-discipline and making good decisions.
This free presentation for adults will be at Cup & Top Cafe in Florence, MA on Wednesday, March 30th at 6:30pm. Donations to Hilltown Families are welcomed. Refreshments will be available for purchase through the cafe, along with copies of Susan’s book, Raising Able. For more information email Hilltown Families at email@example.com. Childcare is NOT available. We hope you can join us!
- WHAT: Do I Have To?: How Chores Empower Families, an interactive presentation with author Susan Tordella
- WHERE: Cup & Top Cafe, 1 North Main St., Florence, MA
- WHEN: Wednesday, March 30th, 2010 at 6:30pm
- COST: Free. Donations to Hilltown Families are welcomed.
- CONTACT: Hilltown Families, firstname.lastname@example.org
ABOUT SUSAN TORDELLA
Susan Tordella, M.A., is a parenting expert, coach and author who has studied and practiced Adlerian psychology for more than 20 years. Susan credits living with four teenagers for 13 years as a teacher of how to manage people, emotions and events. A former journalist and director of a private non-profit, Susan received multiple awards for excellence in both fields. Susan has taught scores of people the Adlerian approach to manage families, business and life. She blogs at www.susantordella.com and is the author of “Raising Able: how chores cultivate capable young people.”
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