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November 6th (Tuesday) Lecture-Stop Being a Snowflake! Learn to Forebear with Others!—Grow Up in Adversity

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November 6th (Tuesday) Lecture

Stop Being a Snowflake! Learn to Forebear with Others!—Grow Up in Adversity

Do your children always get butthurt?

Are your children often fussy about everything and having a hard time to face the challenge?

Do you get frustrated when dealing with your petulant kids?

“Daddyugly”, a blogger of Education Ÿ Parenting Ÿ Family Lifestyle Magazine, has started his career as being a stay-home dad since 2008. Receiving his MA degree in counseling department, “Daddyugly” has been the keynote speaker in many parenting workshops for years. He will be sharing his own experience of parenting and numerous cases to which many parents could relate in this lecture.

 

It is time to grow stronger when you feel trapped in predicament.

Maybe there are chances await you if you deal with the problem differently.

 

➤In this lecture, you will learn:

  1. The toleration from the intolerance and to understand your children’s frustration.
  2. To notice parents’ own frustration and the effect of parenting.
  3. To assist parents in emotional self-care.

 

You are welcome to attend this lecture!

Let’s learn how to turn stumbling blocks into stepping stones!

 

➤Speaker: Daddyugly (blogger of Education Ÿ Parenting Ÿ Family Lifestyle Magazine)

➔ Facebook Fan page@daddyugly

Experience:

– Organize regular workshop called “Daddyugly—Parental/ Personal Growth Workshop” from 2014

– Blogger of Education Ÿ Parenting Ÿ Family Lifestyle Magazine

– Columnist of Global Future family

– Columnist of parenting website “In-mommy”

– Columnist of the website “Kids play”

– Consultant of the website “Uncle Da-su”

 

➤ Time: 13:20-15:10, November 6th (Tuesday), 2018

➤Venue: Room 201, Second floor, Microelectronics and Information Research Center

➤ Participant: NCTU faculty and staff members (limit of 50 people)

➤ Registration: Please visit NCTU Center of Counseling website, or getting on the waiting list on Nov. 6th.

*This event is recognized a 2-hour credit for the recording document of civil servants, faculty and other staff members at NCTU.

If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Peng (ext. 51312).