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Mindful Living with Athea Davis Ep. 88: Introducing Affirmations to Kids

Mindful Living with Athea Davis Ep. 88: Introducing Affirmations to Kids

Athea Davis | @atheadavis
January 13,  2021
Podcasts

Happy Day, Friend! On this week’s podcast episode, I’m sharing all about how to introduce affirmations to your kids so they can shift their negative self-talk to a more empowering inner dialogue using affirmations. Affirmations, or the power of positive self-talk, can help your kids shift their mindset during challenging times so they can act from a place of empowered being instead of spiraling down into the dark abyss of negative self-talk, and the accompanying unpleasant emotions and inaction it can generate. I lay out seven (7) reasons why affirmations work and share seven (7) ways to practically use them with your kids or students. All my suggestions and recommendations apply to adults too! To check out the art + affirmation card deck, Today’s Gonna Be Awesomesauce, I reference in this episode visit my shop here.Any questions, thoughts, or comments: connect with me on social media @atheadavis

And, don’t forget to subscribe so you can stay tuned in to all the mindful living love!Stay connected @atheadavis on all the social channels. Keep breathing deep and shining bright, Friend! XO ~ Athea P.S. Follow me on IG, FB, Twitter, and LinkedIn: @atheadavisTake one of my live mindfulness trainings, digital courses, and purchase my books and products + grab your free mindful living guide at www.atheadavis.com.

Purchase my book, Today’s Gonna Be Awesomesauce: Daily Meditations for Youth, Parents & Families Purchase my card deck, Today’s Gonna Be Awesomesauce: affirmation + art card deck for youth, parents & educators

Athea is a mindfulness educator, author, and podcaster helping students, educators, parents, & leaders de-stress for success.

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