Knowing your own character, values, abilities and emotions at an early age is almost unheard of. Knowledge of self is really the answer to success at living a peaceful life. It’s the key to being emotionally intelligent and keeping yourself mentally healthy.
For many, it takes them until they are in their 40s to finally get it. The journey being the teacher of wisdom.
I don’t think there is a parent alive who wants to watch their kid fail as they grow up and learn their worth.
What if I told you this 52-page Affirmation book with attached journal pages was a great start for your teenager? Would u check it out? I can tell you it’s already in my daughter’s library just waiting for her to grow up a little and get a head start on learning just what she was put on this earth to accomplish! It’s really worth checking out!
I was raised to
believe that my voice is powerful. I was raised to believe to always stand up
from whatever felt good in my soul. I was raised to believe that my voice, my
opinions and my thoughts matter. I was told repeatedly from my mother,
“Cherie, there is
nothing in this world that you cannot do.”
Because of that I
believe. Simply because she believed.
My confidence is often
confused for cockiness. My intelligence is often confused for sassiness. My
outspokenness is often confused for being an angry black woman.
misconceptions and stereotypes that people who don’t believe in themselves like
to put on others. Those people who are less confident or haven’t figured out
their self-worth or have yet to find knowledge of self or their own power… Have
problems understanding how one person could possibly make a difference.
One person walking
through life simply being kind to every person they come in contact with can
change many people’s lives. Positivity and kindness really go a long way. We
all have power in us to change the course of human existence as we know
Unfortunately, many of
us end up walking through life with no idea of our power. Simply because we
weren’t raised by people who believed in themselves.
The best gift we can
give our children is to believe in their dreams. Thank you, Mommy, for always
believing in mine.