Sharon Penchina, Certified Hypnotherapist, and Dr. Stuart Hoffman, Award-Winning writers, developed and designed the exciting “Lovable Me” series of books and CDs to build emotional strength among children from newborn to age seven.
I Take a DEEEP Breath is the second book in the I AM a Lovable ME! Self-empowerment series. I Take a DEEEP Breath not only explains that there are short breaths, long breaths, quick breaths and slow breaths, it also gives examples of the ways using breath control helps us every day.
A search on Google for "breathing to control stress" yields 3,220,000 results, "breathing to reduce stress" gives 1,840,000. It is safe to say more than a few people are interested in this topic. Although breathing is an automatic everyday occurrence, it is a subject worth learning about; during times of intense physical activity, like exercise, heavy lifting, and childbirth we are often reminded to "Breathe!" There are entire classes dedicated to teaching grown adults how to do something they have been doing all of their lives, and do automatically. Teaching children how to control breathing early on would positively alter how they deal with stress, strain and the unexpected.
Ralph Waldo Emerson, once said, " To know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived - that is to have succeeded." Penchina and Hoffman firmly believe that the importance of family, healthy eating, exercise, imagination, being a good friend, and enjoying life are part of that foundation and deserve to be celebrated-- one breath at a time.
Every parent wants to give their child the tools they need to be independent, successful, and confident. Through the award winning "I AM A Lovable ME!" series, children embrace a captivating and whimsical bug that delivers positive affirmations. In the book I Take a DEEEP Breath children learn to breath as a valuable coping mechanism as well as the health benefits that oxygenating the body can offer. Breath awareness is the single most important health and wellness tool we can give our children.
The average person living to 76 years of age will breathe more than 798 million times. Maybe it's time we read the instructions.
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