Join the University of Motherhood: Undergraduate Degree in celebrating the value and significance of mothering. Edmonton, Alberta Author shares how traditional values can blend with creative alternative parenting. During covid this refreshing, humorous outlook normalizes parental struggles. Witness how giving respect and dignity to children fosters independent thinkers and community minded humans.
University of Motherhood is a story of how Cathy’s insatiable curiosities lead her to collect life experiences that broadened her perspectives through travel, employment, schooling and business.
Cathy valued her French-Canadian and Russian-Ukrainian heritage, yet often questioned the methods of parenting she observed. She researched, read and employed the concepts that built empowerment by using hands on sensory methods and nurturing alternative thoughts. Committed to this profession, her aim was to help build self-esteem, early decision making skills and have tons of fun.
University of Motherhood, written by new author Cathy Kotow-Dockman was produced by the Canadian Publisher, Friesen Press. She shares her reality of motherhood, including a multitude of challenges, joys, and successes. She explains how she used her creativity to develop and environment of exploration and cooperation. She grew in self-awareness and examined and built her identity while raising her four children.
U of M, Undergraduate Degree covers the span of time from Cathy’s childhood, and family history, to when her four children attend university. She has four young adults who are lovely, productive and community conscious humans, of whom she is very proud.