“The greatest gifts you can give your children are the roots of responsibility and the wings of independence.” — Denis Waitley You want the best for your child, it’s true, and you might think “the best” is gifting them with material things that will only bring momentary happiness. For those of you who can’t afford to do so, you see yourselves as failing parents.The truth is, what saves our children, what saves a family, are the things that can’t be bought, but can only be taught, learned, and practiced.The Positive Child was written with every parent in mind, whether well-off or struggling, new or seasoned, for those who think they’ve got this parenting thing in the bag, and for those who have no idea what they’re doing.Jessica Palmer, mother of four, wants to help you build a healthy, happy, positive home, by starting with you. Your attitude, your ideals, your beliefs. It is not the lifestyle that you can or can’t afford for your child that will morph them into phenomenal adults, it’s how you live and what you practice in the home. In this eye-opening guide, Jessica shares a bucketload of sagacious tips and tricks on how to cultivate healthy, positive behaviors in kids, using guiding principles such as:Becoming your child’s best exampleRespecting your child’s space and life decisionsEmpowering instead of shamingEncouraging creativity and independent definitionsTeaching emotional intelligenceSetting high expectationsPracticing family ritualsBuilding meaningful relationshipsAfter raising four happy, healthy, ambitious kids, Jessica is more than confident in her methods for fostering positive, vibrant children. In The Positive Child, you will find a range of workable, efficient, and adaptable strategies based on values, moralities, and ethics.Do you really want to give your child the best life? The life they truly deserve? The life that will shape them into determinedly successful adults?Then this is where you start.
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Hello, I am Jessica Palmer, and I am a proud mother of four delightful children. 22 years of motherhood has taught me plenty about children, their psychology, and their needs. Two of my kids are in college, and the other two are close to completing their high school education. I have and still am doing everything I possibly can to make them confident and as mentally sharp as they probably can be.