Kids Positive Books

How different would your life be as a child if someone guided you towards setting goals, helped you feel more confident about yourself, supported you in taking action and keeping a positive outlook on life?


Well on today’s post I’d like to share with you a few recommended books and resources that can help children and teens do just that.
Click on the links below to read samples of pages

3 Excellent Books for Teens

~ The 7 Habits Of Highly Effective Teens

~ Help Yourself for Teens: Real-Life Advice for Real-Life Challenges

~ What Do You Really Want? How to Set a Goal and Go for It!

Here are also 2 Fantastic website for Teens
They are both full of easy-to-understand information on just about any topic teens might be wondering about. Topics ranging from:

~Nutrition and Fitness, such as eating disorders, sports nutrition, vitamins and minerals, healthy eating, and ways to stay in shape.

~Emotional Health, covers how to deal with common problems like stress, depression, friendships, anger management, and more.

Click below to check out the websites:
Young Woman’s Health or Young Men’s Health

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3 Childrens Books ages 4-8

These 3 books are just phenomenal. 1 customer review said it best,
“I would tell anyone who wants to help support our next generation to be more in touch with themselves and with the universe to buy this book. WOW!”

~ Unstoppable Me! by Wayne Dyer

~ Tiger-Tiger, Is It True? by Byron Katie

~ On My Way To A Happy Life by Deepak Chopra

And lastly:
One that I’m super excited to share with you is called:
Goal Setting and Using The Law of Attraction for Kids

This is truly unique, it is packed with books, games, puzzles, and was created
by a team of mothers, grandmothers, school teachers and experts in self-help, visualization and goal setting.

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For now I like to leave you with a wonderful poem called “Take a Moment to Listen” by Denis Waitley

“Take a moment to listen
To what your children are trying to say;
Listen today, whatever you do
Or they won’t be there to listen to you.

Listen to their problems, listen for their needs,
Praise their smallest triumphs, praise their smallest deeds;
Tolerate their chatter, amplify their laughter,
Find out what’s the matter, find out what they’re after.

But tell them that you love them, every single night
And though you scold them, be sure you hold them;
Tell them “Everything’s all right;
tomorrow’s looking bright!”

Take a moment to listen today
To what your children are trying to say;
Listen today, whatever you do
And they will come back to listen to you.”

To guiding, helping, and supporting Children and Teens,

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