Sheila Aron takes us on a walk through the language of unconditional love in her debut book, I’m Glad I’m Me, Weaving the Thread of Love From Generation to Generation.
Communicated through a collection of 18 simple, everyday conversation models, this book illustrates how far the language of “I love you the way you are” can go toward helping a child think and feel, “I’m glad I'm me.”
I’m Glad I’m Me is written with the conviction that how messages of love are communicated between parents and children can positively shape a child’s personality, self-esteem, and – in later years – their approach to their own children. The timeless messages of I'm Glad I'm Me can benefit readers of all ages and stages of life.
A resource for families struggling to communicate their feelings and also to develop self esteem in their children.
Donated to Harris County Protective Services for Children and Adults, Childbuilders, ESCAPE Family Resource Center.
This children's book can be used for building Self Esteem, Child Abuse Prevention, Parenting Books, Self Help Books, Teaching Values, Children's Learning Books by Teachers, Educators, Clergy,
Libraries, Psychologist, Social Workers, Parents, Grandparents, Aunts, Uncles and Family Members.
Written about loving parent and child relationships through messages of love, respect and caring.
Children's books, Houston Texas