31 Things to Raise a Child's Self-esteemby Edie Hand, Judy Kuriansky
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Adolescence is a time of change and growing pains, making it especially challenging for a child’s self-esteem. Expert psychologist Judy Kuriansky and author Edie Hand explore these challenges in 31 Things to Raise a Child’s Self-esteem to help you instill values in your adolescents and create a healthy environment in which they can thrive. With easy-to-understand tips, lessons, and exercises, 31 Things will help you teach your child how to overcome rejection by the in-crowd, gain a healthy perspective of his or her body, make good decisions, take on responsibility, and overcome shyness and jealousy.
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Meet the Author
Edie Hand, an alumni of the University of North Alabama, is a best-selling author of over twenty books. She is the founder of Hand N’ Hand Advertising, Inc., as well as Director of the Edie Hand Foundation that assists with special-needs children. She currently resides in Birmingham, Alabama. Learn more at
www.ediehand.com or www.ediehandfoundation.org.
Dr. Judy Kuriansky (www.DrJudy.com) is a clinical psychologist internationally renowned for wise relationship advice and expert news analysis. A teacher at Columbia University Teachers College and NGO representative at the United Nations, she is also an award-winning journalist, radio host, and TV commentator who has authored many books, including The Complete Idiots Guide to A Healthy Relationship. Dr. Judy resides in New York City.
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