Posted by: coachingparents | May 21, 2010

Founder of ACPI answers parents’ questions about kids, ghosts and moving through fears


Kids Who See Ghosts

How to Guide Them Through Fear

by Caron B. Goode, EdD, NCC

WWW.kidswhoseeghosts.com

Kids Who See Ghosts takes an up-close and personal look at ghosts, kids who see them, and the parents who want to help. The purpose of this book is to bridge the gap between the mainstream minds and the psychic minds,

providing answers and guidance….”  – From the Preface

When children see ghosts, what’s a parent to do? Moms and dads ask themselves, “Does my child possess unique gifts, or is my kid possessed? Will this be a one-time, ‘weird’ event, or is my child destined to be haunted for life? Does my child need psychological help or some kind of meds? Should I believe what my child reports even if I don’t believe in ghosts?”

When kids report ghost sightings, parent’s reactions may range from feeling paralyzed with fear to being curious and supportive. If their children are scared by encounters with the spirit world, parents naturally fret about how to best help their kids through this fear. And this can be a challenge because in some cases fear can be so intense that it causes the child – and sometimes the parent, too – to become physically sick from it. If, on the other hand, children feel open and comfortably connected to the world of ghosts, parents may feel less worried – or even more alarmed. Either way, parents are sure to be perplexed about how to proceed.

That’s why there’s a need for Caron B. Goode’s Kids Who See Ghosts: How to Guide Them Through Fear (Weiser Books, June 2010). In a volume that is enlightening about the frightening, Goode empowers parents to use exceptional thinking to break through fear. She urges them to be avid listeners and to start the right kind of conversations early. And she provides questionnaires, practical exercises, and child-friendly activities to help parents gently guide children along a journey to emotional empowerment. Kids Who See Ghosts also offers insights from some of the field’s most well known names: Lynn Andrews, Bruce Lipton, Brad Steiger, P.M.H. Atwater, and Donna Seebo.

Caron B Goode, EdD NCC, is an inspirational speaker, psychotherapist, trainer of parent coaches, and prolific author. A respected leader in the parent coaching and spiritual coaching industries, she is the author of a dozen books, including Raising Intuitive Children and The Art and Science of Coaching Children. She resides in Fort Worth, Texas.

Kids Who See Ghosts   at WWW.KIDSWHOSEEGHOSTS.COM

Caron B. Goode

Weiser Books

Paperback; $16.95

ISBN: 978-1-57863-472-9

JUNE 2010

Available wherever books are sold or through the publisher at (800) 423-7087 orders@redwheelweiser.com, or online at www.redwheelweiser.com.

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  1. Well I have a few questions to ask if you please can help me 1st when my daughter talks about monsters/ghosts she says that they don’t have faces is this normal or should it be something bad I need to worry about it I just tell her that maybe they may look a little to scary for her so this is how they know that she will not be scared, and the 2nd thing is that she is telling me now that there are a lot of people around is it sometimes stronger during October for them to see. The other night I went in her room and I felt a chill go through me from my foot to my stomack chould I be experinsing some of that which is one of my questions if I at one time was able to see or speek to them can I get them back.


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