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“The authors send a clear message - words can wound or words can promote self-esteem and well being.”
??-Thomas Gordon, author of "PET: Parent Effectiveness Training"
Table of Contents
How to Use This Book
Affirmation Subject Index
PART ONE: THE POWER OF THE SPOKEN WORD
1. Sticks and Stones Will Break My Bones, But Words Will Wound Me Forever??
2. Affirmations: The Power of Positive Speaking??
3. Introducing Positive Self-Talk to Children??
4. Positive Self-Talk For the Adult Caregiver??
PART TWO: POSITIVE SELF-TALK FOR ??SELF-ESTEEM AND EMOTIONAL WELL BEING
5. General Affirmations For Self-Esteem??
6. Positive Self-Talk for Health, Body Image and Athletic Performance??
7. Positive Self-Talk for Learning and Academics?? 8. What to Say When You Are Scared: Positive Self-Talk for Childhood Fears??
9. What to Say When You Are Sad: Positive Self-Talk for Loss and Divorce??
10. What to Say When You Are Mad: Positive Self-Talk for Anger Management??
11. What to Say When You Are Teased: Positive Self-Talk for ?? Responding to Put Downs
PART THREE : AFFIRMATIONS FOR ??SPECIFIC DEVELOPMENTAL STAGES
12. Prenatal Affirmations??
13. Affirming the Infant (0-9 months)??
14. Affirming the Toddler (age 9 months-2 1/2 years)??
15. Affirming the Preschooler (age 2 1/2-6 years)??
16. Affirming the School-Age Child (age 6-Puberty)??
17. Affirming the Adolescent
PART FOUR: POSITIVE SELF-TALK FOR ??CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS
18. Positive Self-Talk for the Child With a Physical, Emotional, or Learning Disability??
19. Positive Self-Talk for the Child From a Chemically Dependent Family??
20. Positive Self-Talk for the Abused Child??
21. Positive Self-Talk for the At-Risk and Acting Out Child??
22. Positive Self-Talk for the Adopted and Foster Child