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“With four kids (boys 13, 11) and (girls 10, 8) entering different schools and honestly being home all summer, I’m already trying to proactively implement kindness. I love your sibling rivalry/kindness content. I’m praying for patience and kindness in my own heart and TONE as I get so tired of being the referee. You are so wise and I really, really relate and am inspired by your content. Thank you sooo much!” -Jenny S.
“I see [my kids] hugging each other more and telling each other “I love you.” Also, they had friends over this afternoon and typically a fight ensues at some point, but they all played well, shared their toys cheerfully, and spoke kindly to each other and friends. Also, they had a babysistter tonight who said they were amazing. We typically get a good report but “they did fight a few times” is always added to the statement. Tonight they were just great for the sitter. I was so encouraged. Keep up the good work in helping families!” -Stacy S.
“I used to think that “Be Kind” was just a simple slogan seen on school posters. Then I listened to Nicole. Kindness is a deep subject with profound implications. It is now obvious to me that strategically learning and teaching kindness builds emotional intelligence skills, promotes self-awareness, and helps us all be happier. All things that lead to a better life and more fulfilling relationships. Nicole’s enthusiasm for kindness is contagious. It’s a joy to listen to her speak on the subject.” -Phil W.
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