Author Archive for: Sue Atkins
Sue Atkins is a Parent Coach, former Deputy Head with 22 years teaching experience, mother to two teenage children and is an NLP Master Practitioner and Trainer trained by Paul McKenna.
She has written many books on self esteem, toddlers and teenagers and has a collection of Parenting Made Easy Toolkits available from her website. She is also the author of Raising Happy Children for Dummies, one in the famous black and yellow series published worldwide and available from all good bookshops.
Sue's latest book is Parenting Made Easy – How to Raise Happy Children. For a free chapter, please visit her website.
For more information, please visit thesueatkins.com.
Entries by Sue Atkins
For me, there’s more to life than money. For me, it’s all about people and relationships and in particular it’s about the relationships we have within our own families – with our kids, our partners, and our own parents. Family life is the most important aspect of our true well-being – and so is the really important job of bringing up happy, confident, well-balanced adults – today’s children – but tomorrow’s future. For all children and for most adults, family life is the most important thing in life. It gives meaning to our lives – as it’s a place of… Read more.
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