New Program Teaches Parents How to "Bully-Proof" Kids

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Complimentary tele-seminar shows parents and other childcare providers how to empower children with greater confidence and self-esteem.

I Shine, which offers character building and self-esteem programs for children and conscious parenting programs for adults, announces the release of a free live tele-seminar “7 Secrets to Building a Foundation of Confidence and Self-Esteem in Your Kids". The free tele-seminar coincides with the re-launch of I Shine’s “Self-Esteem ‘Bully-Proof’ Audio program, which teaches parents and other childcare providers how to use universal principles to bully-proof their children and enhance their self-esteem.

"The goal of the free live tele-seminar is to raise awareness amongst parents on how they can protect their children and increase their self-esteem” said Jill Hope, founder of I Shine. According to Hope, “Building a healthy level of self-esteem in our children will provide a critical foundation for their lives and instill in them the confidence to navigate through life’s challenges. In these troubled times, it is crucial that parents and other childcare givers learn and apply the building blocks necessary for enhancing kids’ self-esteem.”

Highlights from the free tele-seminar include:

  • Four building blocks that form a strong foundation for raising empowered, confident kids
  • Why gratitude is so important when it comes to building confidence and self-esteem
  • Two powerful tools you can use with your kids to turn any situation around
  • Why YOUR mindset can make or break your child’s self-esteem

To gain access to this free live tele-seminar, visit

About I Shine (
Founded in 2008, I Shine ( helps parents around the globe cultivate the mindset necessary to be conscious and positive in their parenting approach and raise emotionally healthy, empowered kids. Owner Jill Hope has designed and developed several unique and innovative programs that focus on teaching parents how to foster self-esteem and build character in their kids. Her free weekly e-newsletter provides tips and resources for conscious parenting, and has become one of the top parenting newsletters on the internet.

Contact: Jill Hope
Email: jill(at)ishinekids(dot)com
Phone: (773) 540-7857

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