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Inspired by the Wesley College P&F, WES Talks are designed to ignite ideas and serve as a valuable resource for Wesley parents and the wider community.

Date: Monday 30 April 2018
Venue: Goatcher Auditorium, Level 2 Joseph Green Centre
Time: 7.00pm - Wine and Cheese

7.30pm - WES Talk

Suitable for all parents. 



The connection between parents and sons is typically a special one and the bond is lifelong.  But, as time goes by and our sons get older, this relationship can change. As boys develop into young men, there are challenges that require parents to work a little harder to maintain that bond.

Of course, the effort is worth it to ensure the connections are there for life. As fathers and mothers, we must enjoy our sons for who they are and how we think about being their parent deeply shapes the way our boys view the world. This helps the whole family thrive and flourish through the different situations life presents to us.


Our guest for the evening will be Glen Gerreyn, internationally recognised speaker and writer. As a father of four, Glen understands first-hand how parenting can be one of the toughest jobs in the world. He knows how rewarding it is to see our children grow up feeling loved, assured and closely bonded with their parents.

Glen Gerreyn will share the five fundamental positive parenting tools grounded in research. Topics to be covered will include:

How to help your son find a vision

The rules of encouragement

How to be where you are

Teaching your sons how to fail

Making the home a refuge

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