Discover the Gemstone Within Your Child
Children are gems to be enjoyed and treasured. As you know, precious gems are found deep within the grounds of the earth-one will get dirty during the exploration process, but it is certainly worth the dig, the dirt, and the time.I have written this book for you and this book will...Provide tips on parentingAllow time for reflectionEncourage personal and spiritual growthAnd more..."Discover the Gemstone Within Your Child" is truly a guide for effective parenting, many parents have stated who have undergone the weekly program sessions with Dr. Gill.One school administrator summed it up like this, "I don't know how we managed prior to having Dr. Gill come into our school and work closely with parents...she, herself, has been a tremendous jewel to our facility." LaShawn Lewis Gill, LPC is the founder of LAE-LAH Inc. and has a passion for helping people help themselves. She is a catalyst for personal and spiritual growth, dedicated to those she services, and has a distinguished reputation as "keeping it real." She is not one to sugar coat things, and will often tell you what you need to hear all within the confines of Scripture. This book is a blessing to all who encounter.www.lashawnlewis.com
Mastering Stress, Maximizing Success
Yes, stress is a curse, as well as, a blessing, in that it occurs in malignant, as well as, benign forms. Stress can be both constructive and destructive, in that it may open the doors of possibility, while shutting the doors of others. It is the negative side of stress that creates the overall problem for us as living beings. Stress has been known to be devastating and problematic to us. It creates difficulties for us when it does not let up; and when it is triggered by ordinary, everyday events. We are currently living in a psychologically, hyped up, exhausted, and stressed out society; whereby, we are experiencing nervous breakdowns, burnout, stress-related illnesses; and ultimately death.
What am I prepared to do about this stress that I am experiencing?
Fortunately, there are more constructive ways of handling stress . This book is not intended to be a “do-it-yourself” guide to mental and emotional health, although it may provide information and insights that will direct ways toward self-improvement. This book is designed to help both individuals and organizations.