Your children are not your children. They are the sons and daughters of Life's longing for itself.

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Raise Your Children to Be Happy, Healthy, Complete

Raise Your Children to Be Happy, Healthy, Complete

Oct 15, 2018-- Parents today ... want the very best for our kids. We want them to be smart, athletic, healthy, kind, happy, polite, disciplined, creative and more. We want to give them everything!

Kids on the other hand, are growing up bombarded by technology, needing to compete in every way, comparing themselves with others, trying to be perfect and please their parents, wanting to fit in. As a result, they are often anxious, stressed at a very young age, display behavioural issues, have little self esteem and are simply not happy.

So, from the parents whose intention is so sincere, to the kids who are trying to keep up on all fronts, what needs to change? What is missing?

Read on to discover why raising our children as conscious individuals is the best gift you can give to them. (27572 reads)


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