Wise Beyond Their Years.
Parents have a sacred duty to prepare their children to be contributing members of society and make a positive impact on the world. Wise Beyond Their Years was founded so that like-minded parents could come together and share their stories, learning from one another as they go. For children to be successful, they need to learn lessons at home about compassionate empathy, fiscal responsibility, servant leadership, cheerful giving and so many other things that are not always part of their school's curriculum. We're raising our kids to be Wise Beyond Their Years.
It Takes a Village to Raise a Child.It's virtually impossible to master something without real-world practice. You can read, attend classes, and ask friends for tips and advice, but until you become a parent, you don't really know what to expect. Doing that prep work will put you in a better position to be an amazing mom or dad, but we will all face challenges and can learn from one another. The Wise Beyond Their Years community is about parents supporting each other in this most important job.
There can be no keener revelation of a society's soul than the way in which it treats its children.
I'm convinced that when we help our children find healthy ways of dealing with their feelings, ways that don't hurt them or anyone else, we're helping to make our world a safer, better place.
Learn.Wise Beyond Their Years is beginning as a blog, with a roadmap to distill real-world experiences with real families into organized lessons to help parents raise their kids to be the best versions of themselves. Our learning platform is under development and does not have an estimated completion date yet.
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