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Attitude of Gratitude

Updated: Nov 14, 2022




 

As a parent, raising kids who can handle their emotions can be one of the most challenging things, but it is crucial to remember how important this is. It is also important to remember that this will take a lot of patience, responsibility, and understanding.

Raising emotionally healthy kids is to help them develop resilient, independent personalities, and empowering kids on how to tackle life's difficulties at an early age helps them grow their self-confidence and self-esteem.


Who is an emotionally healthy child?

Emotionally healthy kids are confident in themselves and easily navigate through the ups and downs of their daily life. They maintain positive relationships with others, cope with stress, and maintain a realistic view of who they are despite learning more about the world.





 

While setting our schedules to make our children a practical priority is an act of genuine caring, nothing is as valuable or has as positive of an impact as staying attuned to a child's feelings, asking her how she is, and allowing her to open up about her thoughts, impressions, and fears.


This new book release, The Emotions Scoop, is an excellent tool for teaching children about various emotions and why we feel emotions. This book will aid you in being tuned into your child's emotional well-being and discussing these issues with them.





Why Use Affirmations?

People use affirmations for a variety of purposes. Generally speaking, affirmations are used to reprogram the subconscious mind to encourage us to believe certain things about ourselves or the world and our place within it. They also help us create the reality we want—often in terms of making (or attracting) wealth, love, beauty, and happiness.


According to Walter E. Jacobson, M.D., affirmations have value because our subconscious mind plays a significant role in actualizing our lives and manifesting our desires. What we believe about ourselves at a subconscious level, he says, can have a significant impact on the outcome of events.


When we feel good about ourselves and have a positive attitude, our lives tend to run smoothly. This is because positive things—such as financial abundance, love, and renewed health—are magnetically drawn to us when our vibration is positive. On the other hand, when we feel bad about ourselves and have a negative attitude, we tend to engage in self-defeating behaviors which may cause negative outcomes, like financial mishaps, interpersonal drama, or acute or chronic illness.


On a much more pragmatic level, a recent scholarship from a team of researchers at Carnegie Mellon suggests that self-affirmations buffer stress and improve problem-solving performance in underperforming and chronically stressed individuals.


What, Exactly, Are Affirmations?

Affirmations are statements designed to create self-change in the individual using them. They can serve as inspiration as well as simple reminders. They also can help to focus attention on goals throughout the day, which, in and of itself, has the potential to promote positive and sustained self-change.


The Importance of Positive Affirmations for Children!

As important as it is for parents to encourage, love, and support their children, it is just as important that children learn to create happy emotions within themselves by having a positive outlook. It is very empowering for a child to develop feelings of self-worth through positive thinking, so it is much harder for people to tear them down.


Using positive affirmations for children can be life-changing! You can help improve emotional well-being by using daily affirmations for kids to teach them how to have a positive mindset and attitude.


Positive affirmations are effective in nurturing emotional well-being in childhood as a child learns behaviors and wires their brain. Affirming positive messages are like acts of kindness and love towards themselves that build self-esteem and self-belief, which will stay with them throughout their lives and help to challenge unhelpful or negative thoughts. You can train your child's brain to think of more positive and beneficial ways to promote well-being.


This new book release, Smash the T! I Can, is a poetry affirmation book that will take your child to the next level! Our emotions are a physical state of how we feel. Our feelings affect our emotions. How do we feel good? By having positive thoughts. Our thoughts feed our feelings. Positive thoughts will help keep you in good alignment and aid you in making good decisions.



Our thoughts are important because they affect our emotions, feelings, words, and actions. Affirmations boost self-confidence and pave the path to success. Read these poetry affirmations to your child until they can read them themselves. For optimum results, read daily. There is a ladybug on every page. Say the word under the ladybug as you touch her heart.


If you are new to reading affirmations, this is an excellent book for any age.


Children learning positive self-talk from a young age helps prevent self-criticism, as a solid and positive belief system has already been created from within. Furthermore, as bullying is a huge issue that many children sometimes face, self-confidence is the very thing that will help them deal with all situations with a "Champion" attitude!