What the heck is imposter syndrome? When nearly seventy percent of people have suffered from it, it’s definitely not something to shrug off. At home,…
It is reassuring to know that we are not alone when it comes to raising our children. We do have help. We have each other and we have Erin Lawler Patterson. Parenting is like the playoffs; survive and advance. Erin is one of the greatest coaches in this game of life.”
Erin’s presentation was very accessible and informative. Erin inspired our community to think about the opiate epidemic in new ways and to discuss it without shame or judgment.
I always said it takes a village to raise a child. The Goodness Chick has helped me to understand some of the issues kids are facing and how to properly support them.
Erin makes serious issues relatable as she shares profound lessons in how and when we choose to listen and helping kids take the first step in the right direction.
Erin has her fingers on the pulse of the issues that so negatively impact today’s students. And along with knowing the culture, she has real solutions.