Parenting Alone

When there are no violence or safety concerns for a parent or children, the ideal situation for children is to have both parents actively involved. Also, close family, extended family, clan members, elders and the whole community should have a large positive role in supporting children and parents through the separation process and beyond.

Okay, let's end this introduction with a thought on our children, from Art Dedam, of the Assembly of First Nations: "First Nations families and communities have since time immemorial placed the well-being of the child as their focus. The child, in any matter before the community, is respected. The child is held as sacred and as one that holds our future."
Now it's time to go to the next section, and I'll let you through without a password this time.

without a password this time.