Womens Talk

May 2022 Women’s Talk: Parenting teenagers, exams and career guidance.

This month we are hosting a women’s talk session (Saturday 28th May 2022 from 10:30 AM – 12:30 PM ) dedicated to exam season and supporting parents. With exam season right around the corner, supporting parents who are trying to help their teenage children go through exams and help them with career making decisions. As parents we tend to struggle in figuring out how to help our children when they are stressed with exams and deciding on what they want to do in the future with their careers.

We want to do right by our children and help them in the best possible way. Join us in this month’s women’s talk and find out how you can help! 

Date: Saturday 28th May 2022

Time: 10:30 AM – 12:30 PM

Location: Via Zoom


Womens Talk

Women’s Talk- Parenting within the BAME Communities

The Adanna Women’s Support Group is holding their next monthly meeting on Saturday 29th May from 10:00 am to 12:30 Noon.

We will be talking about good parenting in the BAME community. How to parent difficult teenagers.

What is parenting? What does good Parenting look like?

On this months women’s talk join us  as we discuss good cultural parenting skills with in the African and Asian Community.

Being from an ethnic minority background parenting sometimes involves the inclusion of cultural practice. It is important to understand when it is important to include cultural practice for the health and wellbeing of your child. 

Parenting within BAME communities is significantly different than others. With more focus and over policing on the ethnic minority communities the way we raise our children also comes under scrutiny.  Ethnic minority parents face pressures from society to uphold excellent parenting but this can be hard sometimes. With the important culture and religion plays within these communities how do you include that whilst parenting your child?

Hope you can join us and be informed and empowered!

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