What to expect in this course
This course is a recording of the Partnership Families Webinar I hosted in mid-2020. I received a high influx of questions on balancing family needs, questions of how mothers can receive more support in their dreams, career choices and emotional burdens, and questions about how partners can better support each other with competing schedules or needs. In response, I offered this webinar to break down what I call the Partnership Model of Family Orginization.
This topic is so important to me. It is the topic I have studied most extensively and it is the topic I studied for my dissertation for my PhD.
This course goes into the topics of how we can understand the difference between the Dominator Model of Family vs. the Partnership Model of Family.
What this course isn’t, is a list of why Men are terrible and why Women are good. It isn’t to say women are better than men. This is a course that outlines how changing the structure of our family will help us create a partnership model inside the family and outside the family. To enable more support for women, men and children. To give you hope in creating a balanced partnership dynamic in your own family!
Some topics covered in this 80 minute course :
- Statistics about how the family is changing with children, mothers and fathers
- Why Partnership Families is necessary
- Why gender equality starts at home
- What affects Gender Inequality has at home
- The Health risks for women that take on the lion’s share of family responsibilities
- The Dominator Model vs. Partnership Model
- 8 C’s of Partnership Families
- What is means to have an Egalitarian Relationship
- Parenting styles to foster communication and respect
- How to better teach boys to see themselves as care-givers
This Course would be helpful for:
- Parents who want to teach gender equality to their children
- Couples who wants to move their family from patriarchy structure to partnership
- Anyone who in a serious relationship and wants an alternative to traditional gender roles
- A woman who wants to advocate for her goals and needs in her family
- A woman who feels the burden of being the sole caregiver
- A woman who wants her husband and children to participate more in household chores and caregiving
- A woman who feels disempowered in her marriage
You’ll want to take notes as you listen to this well researched and in-depth course. It’s full of the most important information I have surrounding the Partnership Model of Family Organization.