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Kid Teach Kids Emotion Management - Seminar

Kid Teach Kids Emotion Management - Seminar

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When:

  • Wed 30 Jan ’19, 8:00pm – 9:00pm

Where:

Takapuna War Memorial Hall, 5 The Strand, Takapuna

Restrictions:

All Ages

Registration Types:

  • Admission: $0.00

Is it easy for your child to get angry, anxious, distracted, frustrated, or even some time depressed? If your answer is yes, don’t panic. Your child just needs to learn how to manage their emotion. This is a skill that everyone can learn and take some to practice.

We are going to host a free "Kid Teach Kids Emotion Management" seminar. This seminar is going to teach you the following topics:

- You are better then you believe
- Why are you unhappy?
- How to do self-hypnosis to be happy?
- How to manage your own emotion?
- What is self-image and how to find it?
- How to change your self-image from negative to positive?

This seminar is suitable for children age above 10 years old, and the parents who have kids under 10 years old.

About The Speaker:

Tonglin Jiang is a 12 years old average boy, used to have Symptoms of ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder) and has been told off a lot in School before year 5. Since then he has improved his attention and has been told off less and less by the teacher in class. He used to cried as a weapon to solve a conflict with his parents but hasn’t cried after he learns how to manage emotion and take responsibility for his own emotion during the last 4 years.

Tonglin’s father is a master NLP practitioner, a professional hypnotist. He has learned emotional management skill from his father and applied it to his own life effective. Now he is sharing his knowledge with other children, to have a positive self-image and have a happy life.

This is a free seminar, a donation is most welcome to support the speaker.

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