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How To Raise Brave Children

Author Margie Warrell interviews Marianne Williamson on raising brave children and moving from Tears to Triumph.

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Why Avoiding Sadness Can Lead To Depression

You Are Already Enough. Never Doubt It.

Why Avoiding Sadness Can Lead To Depression

Author Margie Warrell interviews Marianne Williamson on living in a culture of depression, sitting with pain, raising brave children & rising above fear and becoming who we are. Marianne’s book From Tears To Triumph focuses on how we can experience life’s dark and painful periods with greater courage and compassion.

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How To Raise Brave Children

You Are Already Enough. Never Doubt It.

A Tale Of Courage – Rebuilding Life

Part 2 of Margie Warrell’s Tale Of Courage interview with Lynika Cruz, who found herself living on the streets for a year at age 14. In this segment, Lynika speaks about rebuilding life by sharing her lessons on love and loss, finding a home, and forging her own path through life after a very rough start.

See Part One of this video series: A Tale Of Courage – Life On The Streets At 14

Raise resilient kids by teaching them to handle failure

Media Commentator, author & coach Margie Warrell talks about the blurred lines between being an encouraging parent and super competitive tyrant. On Sunrise, she discusses why parents need to teach their kids how to lose & develop a healthy competitive mindset: (1) Focus on what they’re doing well (2) Good sportsmanship matters most (3) Encourage mastering new skills (4) Extract larger life lessons.

To read Margie’s Forbes column on this visit: onforb.es/19geQ7B

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Are You Being The Person You Truly Want to Be?

 

Media Personality, Author, Coach, Forbes contributor and mother of 4 Margie Warrell shares a personal story about losing one’s temper – and offers ideas on where it might be found!

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