I Think, I Am
Are you building up and empowering your children? Do you want to? I have been trying to teach my children the power of positive thinking and affirmations. We love a good slew of books geared towards children to help build them up. I Think, I Am Teaching Kids the Power of Affirmations by Louise L. Hay is just one of many that we love. It teaches children how to be more positive, and it helps empower parents to be their very best.
I Think, I Am Teaching Kids the Power of Affirmations
I Think, I Am Teaching Kids the Power of Affirmations by Louise L. Hay and Kristina Tracy illustrated by Manuela Schwarz helps kids control their thoughts. It helps them to change negative thoughts like I can’t into I can! It helps them to learn not to compare themselves to others and to focus on themselves being enough. At the beginning of the book, the author explains what an affirmation is. An affirmation is the words that you think or say and believe to be true. For example, you may think “Nobody likes me” that isn’t true, you do not know for a fact that nobody in the whole wide world likes you. You can change that thought to “I love myself, and other people love me too” this empowers children and adults by making them more aware of the thoughts they think and how they stop us. It is such a valuable lesson to teach our youth.
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