Book Talk with Adelia Moore, author of “Being the Grown Up”
January 25 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Join author Adelia Moore for an interesting and informative talk that offers the help and guidance that is often sought after in bringing up children in this day and age.
Being the Grownup zeroes in on the core challenge for every parent, the hard work of building a relationship that combines trust and connection with confident authority children can feel and rely on. As quoted by author:” Relationships take time, and so does learning about relationships. Readers will not find bullet points or formulas. Instead, to more fully understand what happens moment to moment between parents and children, and what patterns between them may strengthen or undermine parents’ authority, my readers will find moments in the parent-child relationship examined from a variety of angles. Each chapter delves deep into a topic, including attachment, temperament, family systems theory and body language, making connections from theory and research to everyday family life.”
This is a free event, copies of “Being the Grownup” will be available to purchase. Please call the David M. Hunt Library at 860-824-7424, to reserve a seat as space is limited.