Dads of Daughters
Dads! There is nothing quite like being a dad of a daughter but sometimes as our girls get older, they become more of a mystery. For the first time presented to the public here in Seattle after many successful years in the Palo Alto, CA, area, Julie Metzger, RN, MN, explores how dads can remain close to their daughters while balancing their hopes for their lives with their passions and priorities. Strategies to promote understanding and maintain a healthy communication will be explored.
Julie Metzger is co-creator of the extremely popular classes on puberty and growing up for preteens and their parents, and co-author of the recently published, "Will Puberty Last My Whole Life: Real Answers to Real Questions Asked by Preteens on Body Changes, Sex, and Other Growing Up Stuff." There will be plenty of opportunity for questions, and each attendee is invited to take a complimentary, signed copy of her new book.
(The companion class for Mothers of Sons will be held at same location on Monday, April 29, 2013. It can be found as a separate event in the Brown Paper Ticket listings.)
This talk is for parents/other adults only (not with children).
The talk is aimed at parents of preteens and teens.
Seattle Children's Hospital (View)
4800 Sandpoint Way
Seattle, WA 98105
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|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|