Would you like to raise confident children? Most of us recognize confidence as a sign of positive, healthy trust in one’s self and think of confidence as an asset. We aspire to be confident and project confidence because it helps keep us and others from second guessing and doubting. One of the keys to raising confident kids is helping them raise their emotional intelligence and learn self-expression. I am so happy to have author and educator, Jennifer S. Miller, M.Ed, to share with us today an approach for helping parents—and the kids they love— become socially conscious and confident in themselves. Read the full article on Family Focus.