Does your mixed race kid see you as a loving support system? Do they feel safe to navigate their racial identity at home? Do you wonder what is the right thing to say?
This guide will give you a new perspective on the things your kid says (or will say). You'll get a chance to try a new response but more importantly, you'll be able to show up for your kid!
This valuable resource will help you think differently about the things your child may say about their mixed race identity and how to best respond. Here's what you'll get when you sign up (it’s FREE!):
New Ways to Respond
Mixed race children will try on various ways to identify themselves. You want to know how to be open to all of them!
Seemingly Helpful, But Problematic Statements to Avoid
Don't let your discomfort discussing certain topics create a barrier to open communication!
New Ways to Understand Identity
You can still support your child even though you do not have the same racial identity experience.
I included some very common scenarios that I have heard in my work with mixed race teens and adults. Their parents couldn't respond in the way that they needed, so I thought I'd give you the answers they wish they heard!
If nothing else, I want you to help your kid feel like they can have these types of conversations with you without being shut down or corrected. I want you to feel more confident in knowing how to do that. That was the goal of this guide and I hope you gain some new insights!