According to recent statistics, 77 percent of students have experienced verbal or mental bullying at some point. Additionally, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, an estimated 6.4 million children between 4 and 17 years old have been diagnosed as suffering from Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in the past year — a 41 percent increase over the last decade. And approximately 66 percent of these children receive prescriptions for stimulants, such as Ritalin and Adderall. Simply put, today’s modern society can be a perilous place for a child to navigate successfully.
To help parents guide their children through today’s increasingly complex world and thrive as they enter adulthood, author Peggy Caruso wrote the book Revolutionize Your Child’s Life: A Simple Guide to the Heath, Wealth, and Welfare of Your Child (foreword by Bob Proctor, international bestselling author of The Secret). In this easy-to-read guide, Caruso provides simple tips and exercises parents can use to protect their children from bad influences, develop self-esteem, and reach their full potential.
In this riveting and informative book, Caruso also reveals:
- How your children’s ideas and habits develop from you and your family
- Understanding the developmental periods of your child’s life and the
subconscious mind will enable you to change behavioral patterns in your
- The telltale signs your child is being bullied, or is a bully
- Ways to increase your child’s self-confidence and self-esteem
- How separation, divorce, or remarriage can affect your child’s life
- The effects social media has on your child
- Simple tips you can use to help improve your children’s communication
skills and implement masterminding principles
- How teaching your child to become a “kid-preneur” can help them develop
the skills they need to be successful in their adult lives
“This book is not about bullying or the negatives in today’s society, but explores how parents can take preventative measures to guide their children through whatever challenges they may face.” Caruso says. “Once we determine the issues and develop a plan to correct them, we can then apply success principles for better communication and positive achievements as adults.”