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Parenting Course! Online??

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CazzaFHS Fri 19-Oct-12 21:18:31

i'm trying to go on a parenting course, ideally online or in poole and bournemouth.

i desperatly need this, and was told there was one on here, online but i cant find it

sad

JiltedJohnsJulie Fri 19-Oct-12 21:48:12

Don't know of any online parenting courses, if you are after a course in your area, have you tried Mn local.

Is there anything we can help you with?

Bigwheel Fri 19-Oct-12 23:54:20

Have you asked your health visitor?

TramadolJacket Sat 20-Oct-12 00:02:35

I did one on <<whispers>> netmums

I don't know of any parenting courses on here, although there is a world of advice and friendly posters smile

TramadolJacket Sat 20-Oct-12 00:04:23

Also, check out your local Sure Start centre, they often run positive parenting courses and they are free.

Chunkamatic Sat 20-Oct-12 00:07:34

Has your local authority got a families service? They run free parents courses in our area, also through the schools.

CazzaFHS Sun 21-Oct-12 11:11:21

problem is i dont meet the criteria for the ones at my local childrens centre!

my HV suggested one with a local church which wasnt seemed as suitable.

i dont seem to be winning, i really need to do course but cant find right one which will take me.

i was told by the person requesting me to do a course that there was one on here!!

cloudhands Sun 21-Oct-12 18:35:44

what kind of course are you looking for,

these ones on the hand in hand parenting website look good, they are online,

online parenting course]

I'm saving my spare cash now! (I am just broke, they are quite cheap !)

cashmere Sun 21-Oct-12 22:06:43

A lot of courses are based on the Webster Stratton book 'the Incredible Years' in our area.
You could buy the book?

Grohlsgirl Mon 22-Oct-12 06:58:58

Just want to second what cashmere said, the Incredible Years is the book to read.

forevergreek Mon 22-Oct-12 07:10:33

There is one on here I think, came accruals them by mistake last week I think. I shall try and find later

catstail Tue 23-Oct-12 08:58:05

also, in the meantime op, would it benefit for you to post up the details of some of your problems and the strategies you have tried, maybe in relationships or parenting (NOT chat or aibu)? A good thread might help you look at things differently, try new strategies, or stick to something that you feel like giving up on.

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