Eliminating Self-Defeating Behaviors In Children & The Child-At-Heartby Linda Diane Suda
Do you have a self-defeating behavior you thought you could never eliminate? Do you think you can do as well as a six-year-old child? If the answer is yes to both of these, you can become your best self and eliminate that behavior you thought was part of you. You can become one of the Best Self Superheroes who changes their own lives for the better forever!
This is an easy and fun way to improve your life! Developed for elementary school children, it was later used for great-grandparents, young adults, and the middle-aged. It works on all ages. Use this program to help your children, a classroom, a social group, a church group, a business, or yourself. It can be used easily for one person or a large group, and even used for those who cannot read or write (as long as someone reads the directions to them).
It does not matter if the problem is biting nails, perfectionism, procrastination, dishonesty, anger management, gossiping, not sticking to diet or exercise programs, poor self-esteem, or any other thought, feeling, or behavior that is keeping you from being your best self. Once you and your loved ones learn the easy techniques of self-mastery, you can use them repeatedly to conquer one self-defeating behavior after another. Become the Best Self Superhero you were born to become!
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Linda designed these classes based on her experiences working with children. She is genuinely concerned about the success of everyone who uses her methods. As a "kid at heart" who has a lot of the issues that most people think kids grow out of, I can say from experience that this program is useful and fun.
This is a great little book! As a mental health professional, I was interested in this book for clients as well as for myself. I found this book is wonderfully practical because it is (1) a short easy read, and (2) it gives easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions. It is not only easy to understand, but simple to use. I have applied similar principles personally and with many clients, and will be able to put the additional insights to good use. I would have rated this book a 5 if it included more real life examples and applications, especially to a clinical setting. The author keeps it pretty light instead. Even so, the principles presented are an extremely valuable addition even to working with serious problems such as addictions. The author has done a really nice job of encapsulating simple but very powerful practices to help people change a wide variety of SDB's. This book is very very worth the read!