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Learn how to be your childs greatest supporter by helping them realize and capitalize on their natural strengths.
Why It's Important to See and Nurture the Best In Your Child
Research indicates 4 ways that a strengths-based approach to parenting helps your child.
Simple Guide to Mindful Parenting
Use positive reframing to give yourself a different perspective on challenging situations.
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Dr. Lea Waters, PhD
Lea Waters, PhD is a professor, published author, psychologist, internationally-celebrated speaker and one of the world’s leading experts on Positive Education, Positive Organizations and Strength-Based Parenting and Teaching.
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