For me, the book What Every Child Wants is a bible for parents and should be present in every home, like a textbook, studied over and over again. When my husband read it, he told all our friends with kids to read it. I also recommended it in my daughter’s kindergarten but was pleasantly surprised to see that What Every Child Wants was already present on the shelf of the library.
We all know that being a parent is not easy. Parenthood is an art that unfortunately not many people are good enough at. And while we all have the same or similar problems with our children and our relationship with them, there are hardly any people who are there to understand you and help you with adequate advice on how to deal with those problems. I was impressed with how easy and down to earth everything in the book was explained….
Hello Stela, your book What Every Child Wants is priceless! I have never read a better and more valuable book about children’s education. I was reading your book for a second time today. I’m so impressed of it that I want to tell the whole world about it!
writer and psychotherapist
I read What Happened to Love in one night! It’s such an easy read! Good job! While reading, I have the habit of underlining the most important things. But I realized that I would have to underline almost the entire book, because Stela managed to synthesis in the most accessible form the most important lessons about love.
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