Alexa and Nancy chat with Keri T. Collins about empowering kids and her incredible mission to help kids feel less alone, more understood and supported by their family and friends.
In this episode, we talked about
- What inspired Keri’s mission to help kids take action
- How tapping can reduce anxiety – learn about EFT on her page!
- The family tradition that Keri established with her daughter and husband
- How Keri was affected by her divorce and the wake-up call she had seven years ago
- Keri’s book, You Can Call Me Katelyn, published by Purple Butterfly Press
- The daily journal Keri developed after creating a journaling practice with her daughter.
- The book recommended by Nancy, Byron Katie’s Loving What Is
- Chelsea Lee Smith’s journals, recommended by Alexa
This episode is sponsored by How To Talk So Your Teen Listens
More about Keri
Keri Collins is a children’s author who helps kids and parents better themselves by making better choices. There are times when problems can seem insurmountable, but taking action and making one small choice can get the ball rolling, and lead to all kinds of happy outcomes.
Her first children’s book is You Can Call Me Katelyn, published by Purple Butterfly Press in 2019. It’s about a girl who doesn’t like her name, and follows her journey as she makes the choice to change it.
She also blogs about parenting and kids issues, and offer plenty of tips and other advice at http://keritcollins.com/reading-room/
Her second book, A Big Change for Daisy, is forthcoming from Purple Butterfly Press.
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