Love Vs Power

The dominant narrative in our culture is that we must use control to ensure our children grow up to be social and useful members of society. Our education system is a reflection of these social norms. .

I am interested in how we can change this narrative; how we re-wild our own hearts with love, not power.

I personally have my own children to thank for taking me down this path of inquiry for the past 15 years. They are both adamant protectors of social justice for which I am grateful.

This inner work is never ending though! A great resource for those starting out is ‘Parenting for social change’ by Teresa Graham Brett – this book is not heavy going at all, a really nice read.

Let’s change the world together!😃

Published by Sarah Louise

Expressive Art Facilitator, Sea Champion @mcsuk, home educating parent of teens.

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