Walk on the Grass is personal development book that taps into your own creativity in order to elicit real change in your life. Creativity is one of the most over-looked and under utilised skills we have. Walk on the Grass encourages you to get back in touch with it to bring real balance to your life. It includes many simple and pragmatic activities that really work and get you back in touch with the real you. Whether you are 18 or 80, Walk on the Grass is an inspirationally simple guide on how to change your attitude towards those everyday negative thoughts that hold you back, from nagging doubts to fully blown false beliefs.
It brings fun back into how you view the world and the people around you, making you think about your own responsibility and ownership with simple, straight forward examples and methods.
A simple but effective ebook to help your teenagers to reduce procrastination and gain real focus on those important exams.Angela Whitlock has made regular guest appearances on both TV and Radio and has turned all those golden nuggets of information into a simple ‘How To’ guide to help parents help their children.
As a parent of a teenager, you probably know firsthand the pressure they and often your whole household come under when revising for exams.
They can experience immense stress and sometimes this is overwhelming. When it’s unmanaged such pressure can turn into excessive anxiety and even panic attacks.
This eBook shares with you the skills and techniques that you can coach your teenager to use. Succeeding in using these practical activities helps them not only during their exams but for each and every university or job interview they have in the future.
These are simple stress management skills that your teenager will use when pressure arises; the only difference is changing how they use them for new situations.
You can also try them out on yourself in times of great change when you need help in managing your own stresses.
Struggling to get on with your step teenagers? Whatever you try is met with silence?
Watching your natural child grow into a pre-teenager has a whole host of challenges; relationships change and parents need to adapt, adopt and change from managing their lives to coaching them, in order to keep them communicating. But step-parenting, presents itself with a whole new set of encounters, and not always through choice. Perhaps you’ve met the partner of your dreams and suddenly you find yourself having to handle more than one relationship; with those of your newly found step children.
What Angela shares with you as a parent, step parent and also as a teen coach, is that you are not alone and many of the people involved feel that it is an emotional roller coaster with your own insecurities to battle with including feelings of isolation, irritation and despair.
This simple and short easy to read book gives you ten ideas to improve your relationship with your step children. It’s written by Angela Whitlock who is an authority on change and shares with you more than theory with techniques that are tried and tested for success on real teenagers.