Every parent wants their child to be happy but it’s not always easy to know how to help children find the confidence, contentment and resilience they need in order to experience true happiness.
When my own children were growing up, I searched for material online and in bookshops to help me navigate my way through the seas of parenthood, and I couldn’t find a source with a comprehensive set of proven suggestions and techniques to help my children find happiness. That is why I wrote this book.
Based on scientific research, Maximise your Child’s Happiness contains activities and processes which parents can work through with their children to maximise their happiness. Children will learn to appreciate their unique strengths by doing activities which build emotional understanding and increase resilience. There are suggestions on how to approach difficult topics with children and protect them when times are hard. Finally, there is a section on ways in which children can harness their own bodies to give them a feel good factor when needed.
My sincere wish is that the information contained in these pages gives parents, just like me, ways in which they can help their children grow into confident, secure, happy people.
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I spent a wonderful ten years teaching in a school in the Home Counties - an ordinary, inner city state School. During my time there, I noticed something quite extraordinary about some of the students.
What I witnessed was that a group of these children, regardless of their socioeconomic backgrounds, excelled - ending up with higher than average grades and most moving on to further education. This intrigued me and made me want to explore why and find out what exactly was different about these students in particular.
The result of my investigation is this book. It turns out that there is credible, scientific evidence that the brains of young people are malleable - their performance can be increased - and certain activities can facilitate this happening.
Take a look at Maximise Your Child’s Performance to find out how.