Author Chandler Goldstein Finds Success Combating Self Esteem Issues in Children

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Self esteem issues in children have been found to stunt a child’s educational and social growth as well as can lead to more involved problems as they enter into adulthood. Approaching such challenges seem to have become necessary earlier and earlier in a child’s life as bullying and exclusion become more clearly defined. Successful techniques that address the struggles that our young ones are experiencing are the ones that bring about a discussion between parent and child.

"Georgette conveys an important message..." - BlueInk Review

Georgette is perfect for teaching young girls the values of individuality and self-respect!

Author Chandler Goldstein has created a successful way to open the lines of communication with children experiencing self doubt. By writing an enchanting children’s book that deals with self esteem, self discovery and exclusion, she invites a child and parent or teacher to revisit the story and examine their own feelings through a few simple discussion questions at the end of the story. The book is entitled “Georgette” who is a small frog that that has gone to great lengths to be accepted by the more popular frogs. Along her journey she meets someone that helps her realize that the path to true friendship is by simply being herself.

Goldstein, while working in the corporate world, is most proud of being a parent. Her experiences with both of her children have ranged from bullying and self doubt to the Have and the Have Nots. She has learned the best way to combat these very delicate issues is through deep discussion. Helping a child to find self acceptance is key to building a strong adult.

Georgette is the first of a planned series of books relating to the issues that children must cope with on a daily basis. Continuing to develop coping skills as children mature today is essential due to the mere fact that these situations seem to be getting more and more difficult.

Chandler Goldstein lives in Sandy Springs, Georgia with her husband, two children ages 22 and 7, one cat, one dog and two turtles.

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