50 Days to Publication!!!

Join the Countdown! Spread the Word and Pre-Order Now! 

Parents consistently say that big feelings – their own and their children’s – represent their biggest challenges in parenting. How can we learn about our children’s emotional reflexes, their born temperament, and how they impact their emotions and choices? How do we know how to support our children’s growing social and emotional skills at each age and stage? And how can we gain confidence that we are parenting in a way that will lead to our children’s success? All these questions are addressed in the new book: Confident Parents, Confident Kids: Raising Emotional Intelligence In Ourselves and Kids — From Toddlers to Teenager.

Early praise for Confident Parents, Confident Kids:

“With a solid tie to research, this book makes gaining confidence in parenting highly accessible and offers a million small ways parents can promote their children’s success. Where was this book when I was a new parent?” 

– Michele Borba, Ed.D., author of Unselfie and The Big Book of Parenting Solutions

“We need parents who use their powerful influence to advance kids’ readiness for our global community. With that in mind, I have advocated for and supported social and emotional learning as fundamental to children’s success. Jennifer Miller’s book is an essential guide for helping parents hone their own social and emotional skills while helping their children do the same”.

– United States Congressman Tim Ryan (OH-13), author of A Mindful Nation and The Real Food Revolution.

Jennifer Miller is a world-class expert in how to parent effectively. This book is very informative, and I encourage parents to read and re-read over the years as your children grow up. Miller provides perspectives and practical strategies that will make parenting experiences more enjoyable. They will also help parents to raise happy, caring, responsible, and successful children.

Meredith Quinn, Superstar Editor at Quarto/Fair Winds Press and also, Mom and Reader, holds the first final printed copy of Confident Parents, Confident Kids! Go Team!

– Roger Weissberg, Leading Scientist in Children’s Social and Emotional Development, Chief Knowledge Officer, Collaborative for Academic, Social and Emotional Learning (CASEL), Endowed Chair, Distinguished Professor of Psychology and Education, University of Illinois at Chicago

“I seriously can’t wait to get ahold of this!”

– Katie Goodburn Lewis, Mom and Wellness Entrepreneur

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Can’t wait for this fully illustrated book on how to help children learn about their big feelings at each age and stage and promote emotional intelligence in our parenting! Pre-order now! Release day is Nov. 5, 2019!

Confident Parents, Confident Kids; Raising Emotional Intelligence In Ourselves and Our Kids — From Toddlers to Teenagers

Help celebrate the countdown — 50 days to publication! Pre-order now and gain an age-by-stage guide on how to promote children’s social and emotional skills from babies to teenagers!

Confident Parents, Confident Kids; Raising Emotional Intelligence In Ourselves and Our Kids — From Toddlers to Teenagers

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The 50 day countdown to publication is on! Learn about how to promote your child’s social and emotional skills at each age and stage — and emotional intelligence in dealing with the big feelings that go with parenting. Pre-order now: Confident Parents, Confident Kids; Raising Emotional Intelligence In Ourselves and Our Kids — From Toddlers to Teenagers!

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