Most women don’t have Confident Beauty because they compare themselves to other styles, but if you have ever been mistreated because of your appearance, you know that Image Issues are more complicated than that, because BEAUTY IS DANGEROUS. Beauty is dangerous when it defeats us. Maybe you HATE how you look because you compare your beauty to the models … Continue reading 3 Reasons Beauty is Dangerous
When I was a little girl, if I was stressed, I hid. I remember the day my mom and aunt were making me dresses for kindergarten. All the changing and posing so they could measure and pin had me overwhelmed. I didn’t complain though; I was a “good little girl.” Instead, the first chance I got, I … Continue reading Three Tips for Helping Children with Stress
Some children are very sensitive about what others feel. Kids don’t always notice what is going on around them.They are usually too busy playing or dreaming to recognize what someone else may be thinking. Some children, however, are hyper-sensitive to the body language and voice fluctuations of those around them. Typically, the Glamorous Clothing Personality … Continue reading Is your Child Charming and Compassionate?
Children are generally sweet. Kids aren’t hostile or defensive; they don’t guard their heart until they have been hurt. Instead, they trust people and they believe what is said to them. Some children, however, have a part of their personality that remains naive much longer than others. Typically, the Delicate Clothing Personality is very trusting. … Continue reading Kids with Petite Figures May Be this Style
Children are generally bold Kids aren’t shy about what they are thinking, they “don’t have a filter” until they experience a few embarrassing moments that make them hold back. Some children, however, don’t every grow cautious about speaking up because being bold is part of who they are. Typically, the Bold Clothing Personality (Gamine: girl or … Continue reading Does Your Child Say It Like It Is?
Children are emotional Kids are demonstrative, they show their emotions and passions without fear of being foolish or judged. Some children, however, are more animated than others. Typically, the Dramatic Clothing Personality is very creative about expressing her passions. Many kids love fashion and fine arts, but if your child has aspirations to make a … Continue reading Is Your Child a Dramatic?
Children are like sponges Kids soak up anything they can lean because knowledge is an innate human desire. For some, however, learning is more than a desire. Typically, the Classic Clothing Personality is very intellectual and passionate about education. Many kids love their teachers and want to pursue a teaching career, but if your child … Continue reading Confident Classic Kids
With the first hospital visit, adults begin “speaking life” over your baby: She’s beautiful! He’s so big! As children grow, we naturally announce and affirm each progression of their development: Look how he holds his head up. She took her first step! A healthy self-esteem is encouraged. Every child comes into this world with the need to know their … Continue reading Raising Confident Kids
Recently, I was asked to give a thirty-second synopsis of what I have learned about: The Key to being successful as a creative. I wanted to laugh and reply with the very same question to the one who was asking me! Thankfully, I had a moment to recognized that my initial response before I had to … Continue reading 3 Reasons Confidence will Help you Succeed
I was only in third grade when my ministry to girls with Image Issues began. I remember coming home from school broken-hearted because one of my friends was being picked on for her weight. So what if some kids are heavy? I was skin and bones, is that wrong, too? Why are kids so mean? … Continue reading Helping Kids Find Confidence
Spring is such an exciting time of year, isn’t it? As the trees begin to bloom and new buds break through the gardens, they call us out of our homes and into the yards to prepare for the season to come. Fun in the sun is just around the corner, but for now there is … Continue reading The Secret to Simplifying your Closet
Liz hated her blonde hair. Someone once called her a bimbo and she couldn’t let go of the insult. With a mission to look more intelligent, she dyed her hair very dark, but as it grew out her light roots gave the illusion that he hair was thinning and suddenly she was convinced she was … Continue reading Thanksgiving, the Key to Confident Beauty