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Raising Kids Who Believe in Themselves: How to Develop Self Esteem and Self Confidence | [Pat Pearson]

Raising Kids Who Believe in Themselves: How to Develop Self Esteem and Self Confidence

What’s the most important gift you can give your children? Money? Good looks? Intelligence? No, it’s a deep rooted belief in themselves. It’s a foundation of self-esteem and self-confidence. This audio will give you the step-by-step instructions of how to raise your childrens' belief in themselves. You’ll find out what Bill Clinton, Martha Stewart, Tiger Woods, Oprah, and Richard Nixon all had in common (they self-sabotaged some part of their lives).
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What’s the most important gift you can give your children? Money? Good looks? Intelligence? No, it’s a deep rooted belief in themselves. It’s a foundation of self-esteem and self-confidence. This audio will give you the step-by-step instructions of how to raise your childrens' belief in themselves.

Best-selling self-development author and psychotherapist Pat Pearson presents her inspiring Raising Kids Who Believe in Themselves: How to Develop Self-Esteem and Self-Confidence.

  • 1. How to create a high “deserve level” in your children
  • 2. How to instill positive beliefs rather than negative ones
  • 3. How to help yourself and your children NOT self-sabotage
  • 4. How to recognize the signs of self-sabotage
  • 5. Understanding how the messages (or permissions) that you give your children form their beliefs about themselves
  • 6. Understand that self-esteem is not the same as self-confidence
  • 7. How to build self-esteem. What to say and do to increase it in your children’s lives
  • 8. What to do or say to build self-confidence in your children
  • 9. Learn to pivot from negative self-talk to positive self-talk

You’ll find out what Bill Clinton, Martha Stewart, Tiger Woods, Oprah, and Richard Nixon all had in common (they self-sabotaged some part of their lives).

©2011 Pat Pearson (P)2011 Made for Success, Inc.

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    I have an 8-year old daughter who is struggling with separation anxiety and gets worried about being by herself. I was looking for advice or techniques for working with my daughter. This book had nothing that even closely resembled useful help.

    After listening to half the book, I couldn't take any more. It blames the parents for their kids and did not help with advice or ways to help your kids through tough times.

    The book was a waste of money. I cannot recommend it to anyone.


    What could Pat Pearson have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

    It would have been nice to have any useful techniques or approaches for working with kids.


    Would you be willing to try another one of Pat Pearson’s performances?

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    I was frustrated and angry. Looking for ways to help my child - and the author only blames the parents without any useful tips.


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    Don't waste your money.

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