OH GOD - WHAT THEY HELL DO I TELL THEM?!: Guide for Vaguely Spiritual Parents.


About this ebook

For parents who are devoutly religious they can feel safe in God’s will, and for parents who are devotedly new-age they can feel secure in the Universe’s plans. But for the growing amounts of parents who aren’t either, but also don’t wish for their children to be spiritual orphans, it can feel like a lonely Parenting Place to reside.

So OH GOD is about imbuing our Alpha Generation-Z children with the insightful Cosmopolitan IQ and Old-Age New-Age IQ of understanding the beliefs of others – so that our children can become more intelligently equipped to live in this exponentially expanding multi-cultural multi-religious society. It’s about teaching our children the societal intelligences that no-one ever taught us.

​But this book won’t be for everyone – oh no, this will be for those select parents who find themselves irresistibly drawn to delving more deeply into these topics. OH GOD will be for the hardcore amongst parents!

About the author

Kathy Fray is a midwife who has been New Zealand’s #1 bestselling maternity author since 2005 (NZ is internationally regarded as providing the best maternity healthcare on the planet). Kathy is also managing director of MothersWise.com — creators of ‘the world’s best’ online Prenatal Education curriculum. As founding director of IIMHCO [Intl Integrative Maternity HealthCare Org] Kathy is a global thought leader on Perinatal Integrative Medicine (i.e. holistic maternal/fetal/neonatal wellness).

Kathy describes herself as a woman, wife, mother, midwife, writer, passionate advocate for non-traumatic birth, and a general work-in-progress … whose favourite time is laughing with good friends and a great wine, on her and hubby Mark’s seaside deck in rural NZ.

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