Hopefully the answer is YES! but even the most independent children need reminders sometimes.
Kids are quite capable when given the chance to do things for themselves, but at the same time, it’s normal to doubt themselves and to wonder if they will be able to do things that seem hard at first.
Emotions are tricky and hard to manage when you’re small which is why kids need our help!
The eighth installment of the Mindful Mantras series equips children with the necessary skills to realize that they can push through their self-doubt and do difficult things because they are brave and strong.
Give the children in your life the gift of learning self-confidence, a gift that lasts a lifetime.
Teachers and parents have difficult and important jobs! To say a giant THANK YOU, this book comes with resources to use at home and at school.
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Unfortunately of all the phrases I hear most from kids, it’s the “I can’t do this” proclamation that saddens me most. It is a direct reflection of what their thoughts are about themselves and their capabilities.
Negative self-talk is rampant in our society. It’s easier to own a victim mindset. But it doesn’t have to be.
It’s not natural to own the skill set needed to deal with self-doubt, frustration, and anxiety. Children need to be taught the coping mechanisms to respond to difficult feelings.
That is what the this book and the series accomplishes. Positive self-talk skills which include mantras are an essential building block for the foundation one needs to flourish and succeed in sports, business, and life.