If you're here searching for resources and support that will equip your child for their future and allow them to reach their full potential, you're in the right place.
We're sure that you've seen your dedication reflected in many of your child's actions, but let's be honest; you're here because you're still feeling there's something missing from giving them everything they need.
Has this ever happened to you? It’s the end of a long day and just as you tuck your child into bed, they blurt out a problem that has been bothering them all day and they need your help.
Feeling stuck and not knowing what to say, you spent the evening on-line looking up hints and tips that would help solve the problem for them.
What if, instead of looking for outside knowledge to pour into them, you were able to unlock their internal wisdom so that they could figure it out for themselves… just be reading a story together?
We're Jac and Lorna. In our experience (as an educator and therapist respectively), we've seen a lot of things that DON'T work when it comes to addressing mindset in children. And as parents ourselves, we know that stories are a fun and engaging way to connect; that easily fit into busy life and family routines.
Our transformational tales have been written to open the door to some difficult conversations and the accompanying workbooks support an adventure into wisdom for the whole family.
In no time at all, you'll be feeling confident to guide your child along life’s up’s and down’s; knowing that you are empowering your family to be capable, happy and resilient.
Let us show you how.
"I wanted to say thank you so much for the storybook, I just read it to my daughter tonight as she has been having some worries of her own. I can instantly see that it has helped her to visualise and deal with her worry in a manageable way. She is already drawing her worry and thinking about it in a different way. I am actually sitting listening to her giggling in her room as she is drawing her worries. You don't realise how good this makes me feel, considering I had a daughter crying into her pillow two nights ago."
Dawn, mum of two, Scotland.