Games are fun. AND they have a purpose & rules.
What if life–and the culture of our families–were like a game:
- with a purpose
- with clear guidelines to know how to excel, to be one’s best together 🙂
Life’s BIG rules are called values. These foundational principles express an understanding of right & wrong, of helpful vs. harmful. Communities, like family, thrive with positive and common values.
Families enjoy a culture where everyone thrives when “the way WE do things” is clear, helpful, and practiced by all.
The BUILD A THRIVING FAMILY CULTURE web-workshop enables parents & children, together, BOTH to identify the essential guiding principles for their home AND to put them into action.
What You Gain
Join us as we guide parents & kids in making family life fun, purpose-filled, and a means for all to thrive. We’ll help you
- Identify your top KEY VALUES
- Explore how these principles translate into action
- Create a personalized and visual reminder to keep practicing those values at home.
What is it?
It’s ½ hour of time well spent in rich parent-child discussion. This is an online event for parents with their children. You connect through the Internet from the comfort of your couch and cuddle up with your kids. We guide you in a family discussion and a simple craft.
With SOSOOPER Web-Workshops
– Moms and dads establish a framework .
– Kids get heard.
– Everyone wins.
With whom? How? When? How much?
Our online seminars are for parents AND their children. These facilitated family discussions are led by Denise Dampierre, founder and CEO of SoSooper where we re-open dialogue between parents & kids.
- Schedule an online seminar just for your family. Send your request and date preferences. We’ll work it out. Personalized seminars run $40 per ½ hour.
- Contact us to ask about group online seminar. See our Calendar for upcoming dates. Participation to be discussed.
Sign up for our Build a Thriving Family Culture online seminar to create a family culture where everyone thrives.
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A gigantic and heartfelt thank-you for last evening’s web workshop! As you must have read between the lines in their respective emails, Naomi and Sabrina were completely and pleasantly surprised as they had barely any clue of what to expect although we had printed out the worksheets together.
What was amazing was how all three of us focused on respect amongst all the values – maybe it was the fact that we keep stressing on the need for this or the fact that we often tend to lose track of it amidst our daily stresses and hectic routines. It was instant agreement on the prized value.
The girls are both committed participants now and you must have received their feedback forms already! Thank you so much for also replying to them instantly and giving them so much encouragement. You are absolutely right in advising us to keep trying even if we stumble and rise again.
I think the big change is that we are learning to remove ourselves from the situation and are learning to view it objectively from various angles. Taking a cue from you, we have also been trying to role play to learn more about our feelings, thoughts and actions!
Thank you again, Denise, for becoming a part of our family life on a day-to-day basis!