Meg Green Helps Children Manage Feelings in New Book
How do you encourage your child to be the superhero of his or her own life?
"When Charlie Made a Wish..." is about the on-going journey of self-discovery and creating a fulfilling identity from the perspective of children. Based on the theory of Broadband Consciousness created by Richard Wilkins and Liz Ivory, the book encourages children to become superheroes in their own lives by understanding feelings, unleashing potential, and changing negativity to positivity.
"When children learn to notice their negative mental script is active, their level of consciousness rises - they wake up," author Megan Green said. "At that exact point it is possible to choose a better thought, belief, attitude, feeling and behavior for a more positive outcome. Of course, this simple process works equally well for adults."
For more than 20 years, Megan Green worked with children with various emotional and behavioral issues, as well as with dyslexia, Asperger's Syndrome and ADHD. Her experience in education and as a therapist provides Green with special insight into the needs and struggles that both children and parents face when dealing with emotional health and self-esteem.
"I was similar to so many parents and teachers in wanting a simple and effective way to help children manage their feelings," Green said. "This method enables children to understand they are in control of their outlook on life and can change from feeling helpless to empowered."
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"When Charlie Made a Wish"
By: Megan Green
Available at bookstore.balboapress.com, amazon.com, barnesandnoble.com.
About the author
Megan Green is a mother, grandmother, therapist and a now-retired teacher. In addition to her therapy work, she volunteers regularly with various education and theater organizations. She lives in Berkshire, England.