How Your Parenting Personality is Helping You Shine and Holding You Back (Session one of four)

601 Children's Ln, Norfolk, VA 23507, USA


Why do parts of parenting come so easily to some people but not others? Why might you struggle with setting boundaries, self-care, playing with your child, or just deciphering where their needs end and yours begin? The key to unwrapping these challenges is identifying and understanding your parenting personality. Deciphering when your parenting personality is helping you shine and holding you back can take you on a journey of self-discovery to build your parenting skills and your confidence.

 Visit to take the parenting personality quiz developed by Dr. Sarah Davis, Evie Granville (M.Ed.), and pediatrician Dr. Molly O’Shea. Then, attend this interactive talk to discover and embrace the nuances of how your parenting personality gives you superpowers and creates areas for personal growth.


Presenters:  Dr. Sarah Davis and Evie Granville, M.Ed. are parenting educators, researchers and community builders, authors and podcasters, best friends and moms. Dr. Sarah Davis is a child development expert with a master’s in education from University of San Diego and a doctorate of education from Texas A&M University.  Evie Granville, M.Ed. is a parent educator, and thought leader who graduated from Columbia University with honors, and earned her master’s degree in secondary education from George Mason University. Their tried and true advice has been featured by Parents MSN, Reader’s Digest, and other major media outlets.

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This is part 1 of a 4 part series with Evie and Sarah.

You must register for each part separtely: 

Harness Your Parenting Personality Superpowers to:

  • Build a Sustainable Self-Care Practice (Session Two)

Wednesday, October 18, 7-8 p.m.

  • Navigate Your Child's Big Emotions (Session Three)

Wednesday, November 8, 7-8 p.m.

  • Handle the Busy Holiday Season (Session Four)

Wednesday, December 6, 7-8 p.m. 

This webinar will not be recorded. You must attend live to participate, and to receive a certificate.