Give Your Way Out of Poverty

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All types of poverty are attacks against children.

More than 70% of the children who died as a result of child abuse or neglect were two years of age or younger. More than 80% were not yet old enough for kindergarten. Around 80% of child maltreatment fatalities involve at least one parent as perpetrator. Source: https://www.childhelp.org/child-abuse-statistics/ More
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About Yvonne Brooks

Yvonne Brooks has become known as the “Parenting with Love Coach.” She is the industry leader in teaching parents about using love to decode their children’s emotional language. She is the author of the best-selling book, Building Your Child’s Self-Esteem: 9 Secrets Parents Need to Know and co-author of the recently released book, The Soul Repair Manual: Volume 1 – Self Esteem.

Yvonne is the executive director of the Brooks & Brooks Foundation, a non-profit organization that serves, educates, and empowers families toward living on purpose.

Yvonne has over 25 years of experience as a parenting expert and she is the only parenting coach to create a ten-year parenting course that teaches parents step-by-step how to increase their children’s capacity for emotional growth and development.

She has taught her award-winning workshop “Understanding Your Child’s Emotional Language” to over 1,000 parents in public and private schools.

Yvonne and her husband, Paul Brooks, started the Brooks & Brooks Foundation in the year 2000. They also launched a Youth Leadership Program together that continues to reach thousands of young men and women every year.

Yvonne is the creator of Parenting with Love, an educational series that teaches parents how to build stronger parent-child relationships through healthy communications that are rich in love. She has also created the Parental Leadership Toolkit that encourage families to become more successful.

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Review by: Kendi Owens on Sep. 17, 2016 :
Preachy and not in a good way. This would be a better concept if the author could relate and describe experiences that worked instead of just listing things to do or not do. Aren't there any anecdotes the author could share illustrating how her ideas worked in the real world? Apparently not. I was hopeful when I saw the listing, but reading this was a big let down. One star is too kind. Seems like this was written by a Nun who has never been out in the real world working to end poverty.
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