These four simple words are the key to solving relationship issues in the home. Developed in 2015 as a protocol for healthy relationships, the Love Principle has grown into areas of improving family relationships, reducing tension, improving communication, repairing trust and preventing abuse/suicide ideation.
Offered in various formats the Love Principle books are used by teachers, laymen and counselors. Jessica Gaffney ha sincorporated the Love Principle into family coaching, which includes the Love Principle Parenting workbook and an 8 week online program for parents.
What does love really mean?
Kids love ice cream, they love their favorite toy, television show, and their iPad.
Using animals to depict emotions, kids can learn from family expert Jessica Gaffney what love is all about. Readers will improve friendships, reduce isolation, open up conversation about bullying, embarassment and failure in this full colored story.
Empower your kids to listen to others, and respond with kindess. Teach them to observe their world and see if a friend is in need or hurting. Encourage them to help their friend and get a grown up to help.
Marissa, Hawke and Sean are all holding secrets and deep wounds, so when the three have a supernatural encounter that changes their lives, they must come to grips with true identity.
Following real life stories dealing with loss, grief, addiction, teen pregnancy, peer pressure, bullying, suicide and parental abandonment, readers can relate to the emotional scars and wounds of their favorite character and find tips for healing, courage to embrace and self forgiveness.
Empower yourself with these three stories to find a path for self-healing,