Thoughtful Thursday: Giving Children Thankfulness

November 15, 2007 at 7:22 am | Posted in Families, Holidays, Mothers, Self Esteem, Thoughtful Thursday, Tweens | Leave a comment
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As we have been discussing all week, thankfulness is a gift passed from parent to childGEM Parenting knows that parents struggle to teach children gratitude and thankfulness. In a time surrounded with the blessings of family and friends, it is often hard to focus on the many things for which we are thankful. The stress and pressure of supplying the perfect holiday for your family often overwhelms us into forgetting thankfulness.  Learn the skills and strategies to create, instill, and enhance self-esteem in your children – and make them competent, well-balanced, and successful for life.

In our Thoughtful Thursday, GEM Parenting presents the podcast “Thanksgiving: The Gentle Holiday”.  This podcast outlines the ways that parents can turn the stresses of Thanksgiving into a growing experience to promote strong self-esteem and awareness with your children and family.

Preview of the first Thoughtful Thursday audio release at “Thanksgiving: The Gentle Holiday.”

Get your copy of “Thanksgiving: The Gentle Holiday” today and start to feel thankful for the blessings of Thanksgiving again!

FREE 8 PODCAST SERIES: “7 Deadly Mistakes Parents Make That Create Spoiled Brats!”  In this FREE Audio Parenting Series, you’ll learn the tested methods and strategies that produce the behavior your heart desires from your children.

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