Kid-Epic Conversations (an interactive discussion)
At Kid-Epics Conversations, we hope to discus and question. Also, we wish to gain feedback about our site here on our site. So, we are now introducing: The Kid-Epics Conversation, a page, a place on which to gather and share our ideas on healing and other important topics. Knowledge and creativity help enormously. Knowledge and creativity can act to cast magical transformations in our lives. But only if we give them away by sharing them with each other.
First Blog Seventh Try
Kid-Epics is announcing our new website completely redesigned but residing and refocused at the same cyber-address: www.kid-epics.com. We are inviting you to come visit, explore and interact with us. We hope we’ve created a place for people to get together, share creative ideas, and learn about emotional healing, especially of children who have suffered from trauma or adverse events.
At Kid-Epics, we wish to help individuals and families find wholehearted connectedness in their lives through imaginative expressions. It is our intent to teach how to increase success, co-operation and love in families and schools, and provide a place for discussion and mutual support along our personal paths.
Through the focus on emotional understanding, our wish is to encourage interaction with our blog and to be available to answer questions or just talk things over; minimizing classroom and family disruption while providing positive interventions.
In addition to our books, we have consolidated our experiences and learning into digestible pieces. You’ll find art, educational discussions, and music to enjoy, which represents the contentment we have when pursuing our goal of helping, a goal we wish for everyone. Spend sometimes at www.kid-epics.com and let us know what you think.
If, after visiting us, you have any questions or comments, we’d like it if you’d leave us a
message on the Kid-Epics Conversation page, which we promise to respond to, hopefully to help. We know, from personal experience, just how difficult a job you have helping in healing a traumatized child. Such is the conditions of this work raising children. Traumatized children are difficult to teach and raise
but the rewards are great when we persist to the end. There are only a few ways to fail, mostly failure comes with giving up.
K.E. @ A.C.E.'s
Here is our poster at the A.C.E.'s Initiative Conference, Spring 2023. We meet so many kind and interesting people there, all of one mind: Healing our children.