"Who knew expressing yourself could be so much fun!"
Maddies Magical Life
"My daughter is loving it! Beautifully presented, colourful, engaging and thought-provoking even for adults. It's more than a journal where you write your thoughts.....it’s confidence boosting and a refreshing approach to mindfulness and self-awareness. Love it..."
Kay G - Mother to 9 year old daughter
"I love the Happy Confident Me Super Journal because it asks you great questions and gives you cool statements by famous people"
Leah, aged 10
"Well thought out and incredibly well researched. While I used it for my 9 year old, many of exercises and the overall message could be used for the whole family. It’s been very beneficial to a child who struggles with confidence. A real gem. Thank you!"
"Mum of Two"
"I can’t tell you how much they love it! They write in it every night and the things they write are amazing to read back.
The book is so well done, it guides them, to consider their thoughts and emotions and write about them."
Jospeh I - Father of two
"My son seems to find it much easier to express his feelings on paper than to volunteer them verbally. We're on day five and it's a revelation and I hope as we continue that this will give him greater confidence and reassurance in expressing himself."
Ashley P - Father of son aged 9
"I love that it's got super cute drawings and you can write down your feelings and let them all out"
Ariana, age 9
Why parents love it
Instills positive daily habits and actions that are proven to increase happiness and confidence
Bright, friendly, packed with colourful illustrations and fun to use
Simply introduces complex themes and puts them into action
Helps children identify the many emotions that are felt daily, ending the day on a positive note
Inspires children through daily quotes provoking research and discovery of authentic and popular life stories
Plenty of space to write, doodle and draw, suitable for all sizes of handwriting
Designed without gender-bias, using a character that all children can identify with
Reinforces the practice of daily gratitude and seeking out even the smallest moments to be thankful for
Helps children develop a growth mindset, increased optimism, to be kinder and understand empathy
Encourages weekly family themed activities to bring the unit together and strengthen emotional bonds
For over ten years now, since psychologist Carole Dweck carried out her pioneering research looking at how children are affected differently by praise, the term Growth Mindset has been taking hold in parenting circles. And for a good reason too… when we are born, we have a 100% growth mindset, which we need to help us learn to chew, to eat, to get up when we fall – and of course to believe we can be or become anything. But that mindset soon changes, and by the age of 10, circa 50% of children end up having a fixed mindset. So what is the difference between the two, and what can we learn to help us live happier, more confident lives?
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