The problem is that they compare themselves to their peers, which makes them feel like they are not good enough or smart enough and so they give up trying to learn because it’s too hard.
We believe most parents of children with mild learning difficulties struggling with confidence and motivation to learn are caught up in trying to diagnose what’s wrong with their child.
We understand and we don’t want you to stress over what is wrong, but instead, we want to help you focus on what is right with your child, which is why we have helped hundreds of parents focus on their child’s strengths and what they can do well in order to change the internal narrative.
Here’s what you will learn:
1. Assess your strengths and your child’s strengths.
2. Nurture your child’s strengths to build their self-confidence.
3. Build resilience to help your child better recover from setbacks.
So, register now for the “Building Child Confidence” workshop today, get our bonus “8 Secrets to Raising Highly Successful Kids!” guide, so you can stop missing out on opportunities that support your child’s success and instead be more strategic in how you expose them to experiences that will help them beat the odds stacked against children with mild learning disabilities!