Parents

Hi, I’m Paula Sullivan.

Thank you for visiting Kids are Superheroes.

If you’re here, chances are you’re a mom or dad who wants your child to be as happy as he or she can possibly be. What else is more important to us, right?

And I’m guessing that, like many parents, there are times when you might feel like you’re falling short – and you’re not quite sure why. Well, as the saying goes – you’ve come to the right place.

In the midst of all the hustle and bustle to give him what he needs, there’s something you haven’t been able to give him. No matter how much love, guidance and support you provide, he’s struggling in some way. In fact, it’s something you might have struggled with yourself during your own childhood – maybe even now.

Your child might worry too much, for example. Or is stressed out too often. Maybe she’s filled with anxiety at certain times and in certain settings. Maybe he’s way too unsure of himself, because he thinks he’ll never measure up. There’s so many reasons, big and small, that could stand in the way of a person’s happiness.

But, I’m here to tell you that this can change! You can teach your child to become a happier person. You can empower her with the tools she needs to strengthen qualities like confidence, inner peace and self-love.

It doesn’t happen overnight, but that’s ok. Because the new skills you’ll both be learning are not hard – they just might be different than anything you’ve been taught before. And they’re really very simple.

The ironic thing is that even though some of the practices will seem like new fads, they’re actually based on ancient teachings. Yet, generations of people seemed to have missed out on them. They’ve been elusive to our parents and their parents – and we didn’t learn them in school. Nowadays, some schools are starting to scratch the surface, but there’s such a long way to go. That’s one of the reasons I feel so compelled to teach these practices to kids.

And don’t get me wrong. I don’t suggest things like someone just putting a smile on their face and pretending everything is wonderful. Especially with kids who have such challenges growing up. This isn’t fluff. It’s deep down stuff. I’m talking about giving kids (and adults) solid life skills that create personal power and inner strength.

Now that you’ve found Kids are Superheroes, think of it like you’ve stumbled upon something you instinctively know will be a ‘game changer’ for you and your family. Because that’s what it was like for me when I first came upon this knowledge. It’s the start of an exciting new journey. . .

I’m glad you’re here!

Paula

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