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The Power of Positive Talk: Words to Help…

The Power of Positive Talk: Words to Help Every Child Succeed : A Guide…

by Jon Merritt

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ADVICE ON PARENTING. In a world filled with stress, pressures, and fears, children need support and encouragement from adults--and they need to know how to affirm themselves. Douglas Bloch leads readers step-by-step through the process of helping kids turn off the negative voice within and activate the powerful "yes!" voice. Kids learn affirmations for all kinds of situations and challenges: academics, athletics, facing fears, feeling angry, getting teased, being depressed, and more. There are affirmations for specific age groups (toddlers through teens) and for special needs including learning differences, behavior disorders, and family problems. Bloch also includes affirmations to help adults deal with their own issues and better help the children in their care.… (more)

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