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Amandine Laprun - Özgüven - Oynuyorum ve Kendimi Tanıyorum

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Trust can be grown and grown, just like a plant. With the creative activities in this book, you will discover how normal it is to make mistakes, be afraid, or feel restless at times, and you will plant a lot of confidence.

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Self-confidence, the third book in the I Play and I Know Myself series, written by the leading psychotherapists Isabelle Filliozat, Violène Riefolo and Chantal Rojzman in the positive parenting method in France and received great acclaim in all the countries where it was published, is Self-confidence, with more than 100 activities and parent booklets. It is designed to show us that anxiety is not always a bad thing, that not every reaction indicates a lack of self-confidence, and ways to be at peace with ourselves, others and life. “This is a valuable book for the ability to understand and convey emotion. I hope parents read it too.” – Dr. Gülcan Özer (about "My Feelings", the first book of the series) From the parent's booklet at the back of the book: “A child who has received love and affection in the arms of his parents until the age of one, and has freely acquired motor skills, develops a basic sense of security (“I am loved”, “I have power over the world that surrounds me”). These are basic. Then, as the child grows, he begins to develop his own personality. The child's self-confidence, whose wishes, needs, feelings, excitements, choices, and judgments are listened to and respected by his family, gets stronger (“I know what I want”). From the age of three, the child now wants to do certain things “on his own”, thus increasing his confidence in his abilities (“I know what I can do”). Meet with peers at school, in the neighborhood, make friends and thus develop social or relationship-oriented trust (“I can contribute”). When these four stages are nurtured, the child will look at life and his future with firm confidence. To help our child grow; to be open to his needs at every stage he goes through and to offer him a healthy environment that will allow him to build his personality.