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​You're the most amazing parent! 

Wow, you nailed that presentation today! 

You always go above and beyond for your kiddo! 

Positive Praise. Doesn't it feel amazing? Why not spread the love? We are launching a new movement. Well, it's not a movement yet, but with your help maybe it can be. 

#PraiseItOn 

Let's focus on what others are doing RIGHT. Together we can transform the social conversation into one that is positive and helpful. 

It's simple:

  1. If you are on social media, tag someone in a post. It can be someone you know or someone you don’t know. 
  2. Praise them for something you appreciate about them or something good you see them doing. 
  3. Ask them to #PraiseItOn (be sure to include the hashtag). 
  4. Repeat this process five times, or as many times as you’d like, so we can get this to catch on and spread.

Together, we CAN change the online and personal environments we live in. It can start today with just a little positive praise. #PraiseItOn

HELPFUL TOOLS ​FOR ​HOME

TEACH YOUR KIDS TO BE KIND TO OTHERS

Start a “Kindness Conversation” in your family today! We’ve put together this special eBook, Teaching Kindness at Home, that you can use at home to encourage and reinforce healthy values like tolerance, forgiveness, generosity and compassion. Teaching children how to be kind and respectful will help them grow into better people and can lead them to happier, more fulfilling relationships with others. So get the conversation started!

GET YOUR E-BOOK TODAY

TEACH YOUR KIDS TO BE KIND TO THEMSELVES

Does your child know what it means to have self-compassion? It’s a concept that often gets confused with self-esteem. Self-compassion is having the ability to treat yourself like you would treat a best friend. It’s understanding that a bad choice doesn’t make you a bad person. It’s taking the Golden Rule and using it on yourself. That may sound simple enough, but it’s never easy to be self-forgiving or resilient when times are tough and failure knocks you down. Fortunately, just as you can teach children to be kind to others, you can empower them to be kind to themselves. A great place to start is by sharing these self-help tools.