I have heard the saying that it takes a village to raise a child. That is true for all the parents and teachers, coaches, friends, families and anyone who have the pleasure and responsibilities of inspiring our children. This book came as an inspiration and reflection of the important attributes that helps to shape our children. It is about all of our SHEROES and HEROES. Studies have shown that the happiest, most successful children are those who can appreciate the differences and the opportunities and learnings that is experienced everyday. I have taught my two daughters that it is important to start from a place of gratitude. My hope is that this book will be a discussion for parents and teachers and anyone who wants to inspire important life attributes in a child's life. There is an opportunity to choose one the attributes each month and celebrate it, discuss, reflect and have a conversation without any judgement to build understanding and awareness.
Inspire children and let them know that failure is part of life, gratitude is important for our wellbeing, compassion is important to cultivate. When our children knows and learns and experience these attributes, they will have conversations at a deeper level and will know how to place the different lessons in life. I feel that we need to have more conversations on these attributes at the dinner table, coffee table, lunch rooms, where ever the conversation takes you.
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These attributes have contributed to my daughters becoming the best version of themselves. I have learned that conversations needs to suspend judgement and that we all need to be on a learner's path and not judging the outcomes. When we judge we shut down the conversations before they have the opportunity to start. These attributes outlined for our sheroes and heroes of today and tomorrow. It is important that we create a safe environment for our children to feel safe and to know that they are supported and not judged. My wish is that every parent and teacher will read this book to their class and use the classroom supplements created to delve deeper into the conversation and help our children to be mindful and resilient in everyday experiences.