Podcast Episode #7 – Growing Community Organically

Continuum Concept and Community


We’ve been talking with Scott Noelle about creating community. In our final episode of this three-part series, we talk about some real-life examples of how a community of families can come together organically and how our needs and our kids needs change over time. I’ve found in my own experiences of changing needs and changes in the way my community looks that it is so important for us to know ourselves so we can create what our family needs at any given time.

It can feel so hard to find community, with so many barriers compared to that perfect situation we’re envisioning, but there are some really simple things you can do to create community in your own backyard. Listen in as we talk about some ideas that may just work for you.

And we’d LOVE to hear from you. What’s worked in your world? How have you created community where you are? Or have you moved to find community? We’d love to hear your story, so please share in the comments below!

Previous Episodes in this series:

 


Resources from this episode:

The Continuum Concept by Jean Liedloff

Playborhood: Turn Your Neighborhood Into a Place for Play (Book)

https://rethinkingchildhood.com/2016/10/21/play-friendly-place-playborhood-mike-lanza/

Free Range Kids

The Daily Groove

The Daily Groove: How to Enjoy Parenting… Unconditionally! (Book)

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  • Rebecca Thompson Hitt

    Rebecca is passionate about creating safe spaces where learning about oneself in relationship to others can organically happen, both online and in-person. She offers professional trainings, as well as group experiences for individuals, couples, and families looking for personal growth using basic neuroscience, epigenetics, attachment theory, trauma, neurobiology, Polyvagal Theory, and Prenatal and Perinatal Somatic Psychology. Rebecca empowers individuals and families to co-create the connected relationships they desire. She is the author of 4 books and lives in Oaxaca, Mexico with her husband and two young adult sons.

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Rebecca Thompson Hitt

Rebecca is passionate about creating safe spaces where learning about oneself in relationship to others can organically happen, both online and in-person. She offers professional trainings, as well as group experiences for individuals, couples, and families looking for personal growth using basic neuroscience, epigenetics, attachment theory, trauma, neurobiology, Polyvagal Theory, and Prenatal and Perinatal Somatic Psychology. Rebecca empowers individuals and families to co-create the connected relationships they desire. She is the author of 4 books and lives in Oaxaca, Mexico with her husband and two young adult sons.

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