A Quick Guide to Raising a Motivated and Confident Child

A Quick Guide to Raising a Motivated and Confident Child : Easy as One-Two-Three

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Do you want to raise a happy, confident child? Do you find yourself asking "what can I do to ensure that my child develops a positive self-esteem and sense-of-self?" The secrets to raising a motivated, successful child can be found in this helpful parenting guide. Tips include how to communicate successfully with your child, the importance of building strong relationships through encouragement and mutual respect, the necessity of routines and chores, steps to helping children resolve conflict and strategies for developing a strong self-esteem and self-discipline in children.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 42 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 2.54mm | 108.86g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507843712
  • 9781507843710

About Susan Lieberman

Susan Lieberman has been a family therapist in private practice since 1996. Her Family Support Network was set up to provide families and individuals with the necessary resources and materials they need to realize their goals. Susan believes in the power of individuals, families and children to create lasting change, overcome challenges and live happier, fuller and more joyful lives. She has been helping to create this positive change in a safe and supportive environment for almost 20 years. Susan has 3 wonderful children who ground her and help her realize everyday, the importance of communication as a building block in any parents relationship with their child. Aside from a private practice, Susan Lieberman is also a public speaker in her field and has appeared on radio and TV shows such as Breakfast Television. Susan Lieberman's Family Support Network works to give individuals, children and families solutions and strength to better deal with life's ups and downs.show more