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Circle of Parents

Circle of Parents® provides a friendly, supportive environment where anyone in a parenting role can openly discuss the successes and challenges of raising children. Groups meet weekly, are free of charge, offer support, and foster an open exchange of ideas, information, and resources.  Circles are open to anyone caregiving children and to families of all types.

SPANISH Círculo de Padres

Fridays, 10:00 – 11:30 a.m.
Facilitator: Linda
851 Case Street, Hendersonville, NC
Meetings are outside, weather permitting with FREE childcare!
Contact: Linda 828-515-4541 or

VIRTUAL CIRCLE OF PARENTS ~ Connecting with Your Children

Circle of Parents ~ New Podcast Series begins Wednesday, October 6th.

The theme for October is “Connecting with your Children” and will feature four podcasts from “Good Inside with Dr. Becky” Zoom time: Wednesdays from 7:30-8:30pm.

Zoom link:

All podcasts can be found here:

October 6 (Becki) Body confidence isn’t about appearance (28 minutes)

Every parent wants their kids to feel good about their bodies, but here’s the tricky thing about body confidence: It has little to do with feeling good about our appearance, and much more to do with feeling good inside.

October 13 (Linda) Raising kids is taking a toll on my relationship. What can I do? (30 minutes)

Being in a marriage or partnership is hard and when you’re raising young kids together, maintaining a healthy relationship comes with entirely new challenges.

October 20 (Becki) How do I handle being rejected by my child? (31 minutes)

When your child says things like “I only love Mommy” or “Go away, I want Daddy to give me a bath!”, it’s easy to feel like you’re doing something wrong. Remember this: Your child’s rejection is not a barometer of your parenting. In these moments, there’s nothing wrong with the in-favor parent, the out-of-favor parent, or the child. In fact, your child’s rejection is a sign that they feel safe enough in your presence to even express their displeasure.

October 27 (Linda) I struggle with codependency. How do I raise my kids differently? (25 minutes)

One of the best things we can do as parents is recognize the traits we need to repair in ourselves, so we don’t unintentionally pass them on to our kids. If you grew up defining who you are based on other people’s reactions, it can be hard to tune in to your own wants and needs. But it’s never too late to change these patterns.

For more information, please contact:

Becki Woolf
Parent Group Leader
(828) 698-0674 Ext. 172

Linda Block
Parent Group Leader
(828) 698–0674 Ext. 153

Program funded by NC Department of Health & Human Services – Division of Social Services

Circle of Parents is a national network of mutual support and self-help programs in partnership with communities.

The Children & Family Resource Center is one of the organizations that is supported by the NC Children’s Trust Fund (NC CTF) to help strengthen families and prevent child abuse and neglect.  The NC CTF is funded by a portion of marriage license fees, donations, and a portion of the sale of Kids First license plates.  Get your Kids First license plate today!