Why Win-Win Parenting is Different
Parents learn the practical skills they need to
raise their children to become ambitious, dignified and emotionally mature adults with the potential to
escape the poverty trap
Parents attend training every year
from birth until their child reaches the age of 13. Other programmes are usually once in a life time events.
When faced with problems, WWP enables parents to consider a range of possible actions
appropriate to their child and family because WWP training programmes are holistic in content. Most other parenting-related courses and articles in magazines, newspapers, on TV and the internet cover specific areas such as assertiveness skills, handling defiance, parenting ADHD or autistic children, etc.
WWP teaches parents in advance what to expect
in each year of their child's development, the kind of challenges they should expect and how to handle them. This approach
teaches parents to plan and act proactively
rather than to react retrospectively when a problem is encountered.
Parents learn the full range of
practical parenting skills
they need rather than only being offered behavioural change training in a narrow field.
Consequences of this approach
Annual training of millions of parents keeps their focus on applying the skills which will enable them to enjoy being a parent, living in a harmonious home and raising their children with the potential to escape from poverty.