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Everyone needs to be loved and accepted unconditionally. Jacqueline Vollat wrote I Hope You Know to help children know that they are special. Parents need to spend time with their children telling and showing them how much they love them. Instead of just saying, “I love you,” try giving reasons for your love. Furthermore, give reasons why the child is unique and worthy of affection and acceptance. Too many children feel they need to be someone they are not. Only when a child feels special and loved will they be content to be who they are. Remind your child that they can accomplish any goal they set. Don’t just make sure your child attends school, but instill in them the joy of a lifetime of learning. Be your child’s best and biggest cheerleader.
Do cheerleaders serve a purpose in sports? Yes, they do. They supply the encouragement to persevere until the team wins. Children need cheerleaders too. When a child knows someone is in their corner to love and encourage them, there is nothing that can stop them from reaching their full potential. Jacqueline Vollat understands this need for encouragement and uses many examples in I Hope You Know. Read this book with your child and explore ways to make them feel more loved, accepted, and encouraged. Become your child’s most trusted and essential mentor. Make sure your child knows you are their rock and anchor. As their anchor, you will always be there for them with open arms of love and acceptance.