Self-Esteem For A Lifetime

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"I found Dr. Schweiger’s book to be engaging and helpful – both as a psychologist and as a parent. She offers practical well grounded advice, and her compassionate style will be appreciated by any parent who is navigating the many challenges of parenthood."

Dr.Gina Lipton, Psychologist, Dwight School, NYC

"This is an invaluable book.  Dr. Schweiger writes passionately, sharing her very seasoned professional and personal experience and expertise.  Without judgment, and with a great deal of compassion, she provides parents with a blueprint for nurturing their children's self-esteem, the foundation for all happiness and well-being.  An essential book that can benefit all."

Amy Hatkoff, You Are My World: How a Parent's Love Shapes a Baby's Mind

Dr. Ingrid Schweiger is one of the warmest, brightest, and most caring psychologists that I have met. Having published the leading trade magazine in talk media for almost two decades, I have met quite a few including the stars of the field.  Her years of experience and down to earth approach to relationships come across in this book clearly and with remarkable effectiveness.  The road to a healthy society begins with loving and positive parenting.  This book is a most valuable guide in taking us there.

Michael Harrison, Publisher of Talkers Magazine     

Today’s parents are inundated by warnings, overwhelmed by choices and overextended by errands and activities.  Dr. Schweiger’s book culls through life’s distractions and brings her readers safely back to the parenting basics of listening and communication.  Her practical advice on raising happy children and nurturing family relationships is wise and effective.  This book is a ‘must-read’ for parents, especially those with stressful, busy lives.  We’re guessing that’s you.”

Conner Herman and Kira Ryan, Dream Team Baby and TheBump.com  

Self-Esteem For A Lifetime encourages parents and grandparents to help build up our younger generations. Due to the busy-ness of our lives, children often receive the wrong messages. Dr. Schweiger gently shares positive ways to slow down and do what is in the best interest of our youth. Her real life examples, lists, questions, and stories offer useful tactics for intentional, positive communication between the generations which builds the self-esteem and quality of lives in the children we so tenderly love.

Dotsie Bregel, Founder of  the National Association of Baby Boomer Women

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