Words can be deadly weapons or protective layers of love.
They can bruise and batter a person, no matter how old, in the heart and spirit, just like physical blows can cause damage to the outside of the body.
Because these bruises to the spirit are not visible to others, many think that the damage is easily repaired. However, while verbal abuse may be long forgotten or dismissed by the offender, the words and memory are lodged in the cells and memory of the child or person who was emotionally assaulted.
The fear of rejection stops many very talented and skilled people from achieving their full potential in life. They become paralyzed by frustration, guilt, and discouragement, hoping and praying that someone will have the key to open the potential being held captive in their mind.
Building Self Confidence With Encouraging Words will unlock your potential and open the door of success, happiness and more nurturing relationships!
You will learn the following:
– How to ask for what you want
– How your core belief system came to be
– Why self-confidence is a learned skill
– How to use positive self-talk
– How to correct others in a supportive way
– Why communication is more than just words
– How to set boundaries and build respectful relationships
– How to appreciate and acknowledge success
As you answer the questions, you might want to keep a journal or blank book nearby. You can also copy and paste this into a Word document that will allow you to write on the manuscript. You may also want a hand mirror handy for some exercises.
“Judy’s workshops and books are packed with useful information, sound advice & insightful activities. You should expect a delightful mix of common sense, humor, and compassion for adults and children.” Debra S. Parent Educator Coordinator, Parent Expo
” Judy, thanks so much for sharing this vital information. I have noticed a higher quality of communication with my husband.By using some of the techniques you teach, it is easy to see that our relationship will be stronger. Thank you again.” Mary P. Director of WIC
“When you challenged us to recognize the different parts of a conversation, I realized that often what I say is not what my kids hear.” Pat G. PTA leader
“Thanks so much for the training for Montana State Day Care Association. Your enthusiasm is catching and we will be more positive professionals because of it. We will be teaching our kids to be encouraged and motivated.” Belle M.