The Lovables in the Kingdom of Self Esteem

Various animals in the Kingdom of Self-Esteem illustrate the different qualities that contribute to being lovable and having self-esteem.

The Lovables in the Kingdom of Self Esteem

The Lovables in the Kingdom of Self Esteem

Various animals in the Kingdom of Self-Esteem illustrate the different qualities that contribute to being lovable and having self-esteem.

The Lovables in the Kingdom of Self Esteem

I AM LOVABLE! By saying these magical words, the gates to the Kingdom of SelfEsteem swing open for readers of all ages. Inside the kingdom live twentyfour endearing animals — the Lovables — each with a special gift to contribute.

The Lovables in the Kingdom of Self Esteem

The Lovables in the Kingdom of Self Esteem

"I am lovable! I am lovable! I am lovable!" are the magic words that open the gates to the Kingdom of Self-Esteem. Blending a lively narrative, charming illustrations, and valuable lessons in living, this book conducts young readers to the enchanted realm where twenty-four remarkable animals, each embodying a facet of self-esteem, await them. Each lovable animal gives children a way of identifying with and creating the qualities that make up a positive self-image. Thought by many educators and social scientists to be the key to preventing crime and alcohol and drug abuse, high self-esteem is a gift that endures for a lifetime.

The Lovables in the Kingdom of Self Esteem

Various animals in the Kingdom of Self-Esteem illustrate the different qualities that contribute to being lovable and having self-esteem.

The Lovables in the Kingdom of Self Esteem

The Lovables in the Kingdom of Self Esteem

Various animals in the Kingdom of Self-Esteem illustrate the different qualities that contribute to being lovable and having self-esteem.

Generation Me

One children's book, first published in 1991, is called The Lovables in the Kingdom of Self-Esteem. “I AM LOVABLE. Hi, lovable friend! My name is Mona Monkey. I live in the Kingdom of Self-Esteem along with my friends the Lovable Team,” ...

Generation Me

Generation Me

Draws on more than a decade of research to identify the challenges being faced by today's young adults, offering insight into how unprecedented levels of competitiveness, economic imbalances, and changes in sexual dynamics are resulting in higher incidences of life dissatisfaction and psychological turmoil. Reprint. 35,000 first printing.

Generation Me Revised and Updated

feelings that are a lot closer to narcissism (a more negative trait usually defined as an inflated sense of self). One children's book, first published in 1991, is called The Lovables in the Kingdom of Self-Esteem. “I AM LOVABLE.

Generation Me   Revised and Updated

Generation Me Revised and Updated

Draws on more than a decade of research to identify the challenges being faced by today's young adults, offering insight into how unprecedented levels of competitiveness, economic imbalances, and changes in sexual dynamics are resulting in higher incidences of life dissatisfaction and psychological turmoil. 40,000 first printing.

100 Ways to Build Self Esteem and Teach Values

Every Kid's Guide to Personal Power and Positive Self-Esteem. Minneapolis: Free Spirit Press, 1990. Krawertz, Michael. Passport to Self-Esteem. New York: Henry Holt, 1990. Loomans, Diana. The Lovables in the Kingdom of Self-Esteem.

100 Ways to Build Self Esteem and Teach Values

100 Ways to Build Self Esteem and Teach Values

Mother-and-daughter team Diana and Julia Loomans offer 100 creative ideas, techniques, and processes for making day-to-day family interactions easier and more joyful. Based on the principle that respecting — not controlling — children is key to building self-esteem, the activities in this book promote love, self-worth, and connection between parent and child. 101 Ways to Build Self-Esteem and Teach Values offers an encyclopedia of hands-on exercises, charts, heartwarming stories, poetry, and quotations to help parents and children learn basic tools for cultivating mutual respect, recognition, and independence.

The Quick Fix

SELF-ESTEEM. What I remember is the image of a balloon. I'm in kindergarten or first grade, seated on the floor ... I AM LOVABLE! By using these magical words, the gates to the Kingdom of Self-Esteem swing open for readers of all ages.

The Quick Fix

The Quick Fix

An investigative journalist exposes the many holes in today’s bestselling behavioral science, and argues that the trendy, TED-Talk-friendly psychological interventions that are so in vogue at the moment will never be enough to truly address social injustice and inequality. With their viral TED talks, bestselling books, and counter-intuitive remedies for complicated problems, psychologists and other social scientists have become the reigning thinkers of our time. Grit and “power posing” promised to help overcome entrenched inequalities in schools and the workplace; the Army spent hundreds of millions of dollars on a positive psychology intervention geared at preventing PTSD in its combat soldiers; and the implicit association test swept the nation on the strength of the claim that it can reveal unconscious biases and reduce racism in police departments and human resources departments. But what if much of the science underlying these blockbuster ideas is dubious or fallacious? What if Americans’ longstanding preference for simplistic self-help platitudes is exerting a pernicious influence on the way behavioral science is communicated and even funded, leading respected academics and the media astray? In The Quick Fix, Jesse Singal examines the most influential ideas of recent decades and the shaky science that supports them. He begins with the California legislator who introduced self-esteem into classrooms around the country in the 1980s and the Princeton political scientist who warned of an epidemic of youthful “superpredators” in the 1990s. In both cases, a much-touted idea had little basis in reality, but had a massive impact. Turning toward the explosive popularity of 21st-century social psychology, Singal examines the misleading appeal of entertaining lab results and critiques the idea that subtle unconscious cues shape our behavior. As he shows, today’s popular behavioral science emphasizes repairing, improving, and optimizing individuals rather than truly understanding and confronting the larger structural forces that drive social ills. Like Anand Giridharadas’s Winners Take All, The Quick Fix is a fresh and powerful indictment of the thought leaders and influencers who cut corners as they sell the public half-baked solutions to problems that deserve more serious treatment.

Self Compassion

Children are given books to read such as The Lovables in the Kingdom of Self-Esteem, where children learn that the gates to self-esteem will open if they repeat “I'm lovable!” three times with pride. Weighty tomes like Be a Winner: A ...

Self Compassion

Self Compassion

Kristin Neff PhD, is a professor in human development whose 10 years' of research forms the basis of her timely and highly readable book. Self Compassion offers a powerful solution for combating the current malaise of depression, anxiety and self criticism that comes with living in a pressured and competitive culture. Through tried and tested exercises and audio downloads, readers learn the 3 core components that will help replace negative and destructive measures of self worth and success with a kinder and non judgemental approach in order to bring about profound life change and deeper happiness. Self Compassion recognises that we all have weaknesses and limitations, but in accepting this we can discover new ways to achieve improved self confidence, contentment and reach our highest potential. Simply, easily and compassionately. Kristin Neff's expert and practical advice offers a completely new set of personal development tools that will benefit everyone. 'A portable friend to all readers ... who need to learn that the Golden Rule works only if it's reversible: We must learn to treat ourselves as well as we wish to treat others.' Gloria Steinem 'A beautiful book that helps us all see the way to cure the world - one person at a time - starting with yourself. Read it and start the journey.' Rosie O'Donnell

A 2nd Helping of Chicken Soup for the Soul

She is president and founder of Creative Dreams for Self-Esteem, Monterey, California. ... Everyone's Guide to Teaching with Humor & Play, The Lovables in the Kingdom of Self-Esteem, Positively Mother Goose, and Today I am Lovable.

A 2nd Helping of Chicken Soup for the Soul

A 2nd Helping of Chicken Soup for the Soul

Through the experiences of others, readers from all walks of life can learn the gift of love, the power of perseverance, the joy of parenting and the vital energy of dreaming. Share the magic that will change forever how you look at yourself and the world around you.

The Laughing Classroom

Other Books by Diana Loomans Full Esteem Ahead : 100 Ways to Build Self - Esteem in Children and Adults For Children The Lovables in the Kingdom of Self - Esteem The Lovables ( a board book for young children ) Positively Mother Goose ...

The Laughing Classroom

The Laughing Classroom

Loomans, creator of The Laughing Classroom programs, and Kolberg, founder of the Comedy Sportz improvisation theater company, describe how to build education on a foundation of silliness. They do not provide an index. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

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