PARENTING TIPS TO MAKE YOUR LIFE EASIER: Building Kids’ Self-Esteem & Dealing with Picky Eaters

Susan Smith Jones has made extraordinary contributions in the fields of high-level wellness, optimum nutrition and balanced living for adults and children. Among her many degrees from UCLA, one of them is a Teaching Credential for Preschool through 12th grade, and she has worked with children, parents and families worldwide for decades. A frequent radio/TV talk show guest and motivational speaker, Susan is also the author of many books on holistic health and optimum vitality, including her latest two celebrated companion books —

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How many times have you looked in the mirror and frowned at the outfit you’re wearing, or thought twice about eating dessert because it’s a “bad food” (even though it’s not)? Definitely a few because you’re human after all. But it’s important to take stock of the things you say and do when the kids are around and do your best to present yourself as a strong, confident parent or caretaker. Today, our guest – holistic health and lifestyle expert, Susan Smith Jones, PhD will offer some of the best, and down-to-earth, parenting tips to help boost self-esteem in children and help with all kinds of picky eaters. What she talks about today may also apply to you. Welcome Susan.

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