How to be a Strong Parent in Uncertain Times (Episode 92)

How to be a Strong Parent in Uncertain Times (Episode 92)
You've Got This

 
Play/Pause Episode
00:00 / 00:26:13
Rewind 30 Seconds
1X

On this week’s “You’ve Got This,” I chat with Sharon Lamberth, an educator whose career has spanned over 30 years.  She has served as a home-hospital instructor, elementary school classroom teacher, curriculum facilitator, assistant principal and principal.  Sharon holds multiple degrees, the first of which focused on early childhood education. She understands the importance of the early years and the impact parents, and other adults, have on children as they grow and develop.

Sharon’s entire career has involved working with children and families. She has observed, first hand, parenting struggles that are all too common in society today. Having been raised on the philosophy espoused by John Rosemond, she continues to pursue her passion for helping parents by becoming a certified parent coach.

Married for over 35 years, Sharon is the mother of two adult children and a grandmother. Her approach is both compassionate and forthright, with the goal of helping the next generation parent from a position of love and leadership using a common-sense approach.

“If you’re a strong parent in certain times, then chances are, you’ll be a pretty strong parent in uncertain times,” Sharon says. “Children look at adults differently than adults look at children.”

Listen to the podcast for more insights and suggestions about the importance of recognizing your child’s uniqueness.

 

Connect w/Sharon
Email: sklamberth17@gmail.com

Speak Your Mind

*




,

sarah@sarahhamaker.com
(703) 691-1676

Got Questions?
Send a Message!

By submitting this form via this web portal, you acknowledge and accept the risks of communicating your health information via this unencrypted email and electronic messaging and wish to continue despite those risks. By clicking "Yes, I want to submit this form" you agree to hold Brighter Vision harmless for unauthorized use, disclosure, or access of your protected health information sent via this electronic means.