Affirmation Weaver: A Believe in Yourself Storyby Lori Lite
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Children love to turn self-doubt into self-belief. Children relate to the dolphin in this story as the sea creatures show him how to believe in himself. Watch your child’s self–esteem grow as the sea creatures weave a web of positive statements. This “feel good” technique can be used to bolster self-image, manage stress and anxiety, and accomplish goals. This encouraging story will bring a smile to your face and give your child a tool that will last a lifetime.
Meet the Author
Lori Lite is a pioneer in the field of children’s stress management, dedicating her life to helping families reduce stress, anxiety, and anger. Lori astounded the medical community by incorporating research-based, stress reducing techniques into a storytelling format. After helping her own children, Lori understood that her mission was to help other parents and children struggling with stress and self-esteem issues. Lori created Stress Free Kids and a line of books, CDs, and lesson plans designed to help children, teens, and adults decrease stress, anxiety, and anger. Her work is considered a resource for parents, psychologists, therapists, child life specialists, teachers, doctors, counselors, and yoga instructors. Lori is a certified children’s meditation facilitator and guest instructor. She has been nationally recognized on Shark Tank, CBS News, and as a Sears parenting expert. Her sought after practical tips and articles can be found in hundreds of publications to include; Family Circle, NY Times, Web MD, Real Simple, Prevention, and Aspiring Women. Lori’s titles are also available in Spanish, Apps, and eBooks bringing stress management to Smart Boards and making classroom implementation easy. Her constant upbeat presence on Facebook and Twitter (stressfreekids) make her a real-time resource for anyone seeking practical advice for stress free living. For more information visit the Stress Free Kids website.
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