Barbara Holstein, Positive Psychologist, author and educator has
released an Expert Life Tips video entitled "Now Do I Deal With My
Daughter's First Crush?"
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Dr. Barbara Becker
Holstein Gives 5 Tips On How Not To Crush Your Daughter When She Has
Holstein is a Positive Psychologist and the author of a number of books
in 'The Truth' series that help teens and tweens build self esteem and
Branch, NJ, January 30, 2015] Dr. Barbara Becker
released an Expert Life Tips video entitled 'How Do I Deal With My
Daughter's First Crush?' Dr. Holstein is an internationally recognized
Positive Psychologist and author of a number of books that help teens
and tweens build self esteem and resiliency. In this video Dr. Holstein
offers 5 important tips that can help parents deal with their
daughter's first crush.
Remember that you too had a first crush. It is normal
developmentally and good practice emotionally to have a
2. Believe your daughter when she says that she is in love.
For the moment, she is.
After you accept her having a crush, be there for her.
that she needs to share with you lots of the details.
Realize but don't crush her with the knowledge that she will probably
marry someone else someday. You probably did also.
5. Take pride in knowing you have helped your daughter up the
developmental ladder from being a kid to becoming a young woman.
"Use these five tips," Dr. Holstein stated, "and you will have
supported your daughter as she grows, not crushed her."
Holstein recently released "The Truth, Diary Of A Gutsy Tween". The new
book is a revised and expanded edition of her very successful book,
'The Truth: I'm a Girl, I'm Smart and I Know Everything'. The new book
is published by Sky Pony Press.
A Facebook page,
thetruthforgirls, highlights many of the topics woven into "The
Truth". Articles, videos, remarks, conversations, visuals, on
this page center around many of the issues that tweens face growing
up. These include: self-esteem issues, quarreling in
divorce, moving to a new home, a new school, best friends, a crush,
bullies, a death in the family, money issues, not feeling pretty,
feeling sad, feeling lonely, jealousy and more. Dr. Holstein's book for
teens and tweens is a first in using fiction for embedding positive
Her second book in The Truth Series is
“Secrets: Diary Of A Gutsy Tween”. The book is scheduled for release in
February of 2015. Now the girl is 13. She handles many
issues, including a crush, moving, a death in the family, feeling fat
and problems with girlfriends. 'Secrets' provides a book kids
parents and grandparents can share and use as a sounding board for
needed communication between the generations.
Both “The Truth”
and “Secrets” are great for parents, grandparents, older siblings and
teachers to establish lines of communication with the tweens and teens
in their lives. Both books are being re-released by Sky Pony Press.
Dr. Holstein's video is available at http://youtu.be/Q1p4XLMi9n0?list=UUPTZ1Vhb5Vl5p0lCCoOxyjQ
Dr. Holstein is available for media interviews and can be reached using
the information below or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All of her works are available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble and all
other online retailers. More information is available at her website at
Barbara Becker Holstein, internationally known Positive Psychologist is
the creator of The Enchanted Self ®, a positive psychology method for
happiness. She is in private practice in Long Branch, New
with her husband, Dr. Russell M. Holstein.
Dr. Barbara can be
found on the web, interviewed, writing articles and posting video 'TED'
style talks on Happiness, Positive Psychology, Relationships
She has been a contributor to Heart and Soul,
Cosmopolitan Magazine, Redbook, Real Simple, The Wall Street Journal,
Time on line, the Today Show and Family Circle Magazine.
Dr. Barbara Becker Holstein
170 Morris Ave.,
Long Branch, New Jersey 07740
Twitter: @truth4girls, and
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