A Hug, A Bug, A Book & A CD and I’m on my way to being a 'Lovable Me'

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Experts will tell you that it only takes 21 days to create a habit. Is it worth 21 days to give your child a strong foundation of self-esteem that can last a lifetime?

Sharon Penchina, Certified Hypnotherapist, and Dr. Stuart Hoffman, Award-Winning writers, developed and designed the exciting “Lovable Me” series of books and CDs to build emotional strength among children from newborn to age seven.

Winner of two prestigious awards, including the Mom’s Choice Award and the CNE Award for Excellence, I AM a Lovable ME! Affirmations for Children celebrates the importance of family, healthy eating, exercise, imagination, both being and having good friends, and enjoying life.

Experts will tell you that it only takes 21 days to create a habit. Is it worth 21 days to give your child a strong foundation of self-esteem that can last a lifetime?

Penchina and Hoffman firmly believe that the importance of family, healthy eating, exercise, imagination, being a good friend, and enjoying life are part of that foundation and deserve to be celebrated.

Mark Victor Hansen, co-creator of the number one New York Times Best-Selling Series, Chicken Soup for the Soul, suggests that positive habit-building-- beginning at an early age -- has a dramatic effect on the subconscious mind.

Every parent wants to give their child confidence to know that they are lovable and loved – even when they cannot be there to say it in person. Through the “I AM A Lovable ME!” series, children embrace a captivating and whimsical bug that delivers positive affirmations. Each child will embark on a magical journey through books and CDs that focuses specifically on nurturing and helping the child feel emotionally validated. The “Lovable Me” series will encourage children to develop a repertoire of supportive self talk, self respect, self-expression, and even how to cope with stress through breathing.

Noted author Jack Canfield agrees. “Remind your child every evening just how special and loved they are, as you read to them or with them, and share these uplifting affirmations that will become part of their internal dialog.”

It has long been known that the last thing you think about before you fall asleep is often the first thing on your mind in the morning. Before you wish your child sweet dreams make it a habit to give your child a bug and a hug, and repeat after me: “There’s no denying, it’s plain to see, I have to admit I’m a lovable me.”

For additional information, or to contact the authors, contact GCG Worldwide at 917.224.6782

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