“Inside Out” Release Illuminates the Power of Emotions for Young and Old
Empowering Kids by Naming Emotions
"Mom and Dad get a refreshing way to re-examine how they express themselves and a new common language to use with their kids!”
Thanks to the ingenious plot of the latest Pixar movie, children now have a way of connecting their feelings and emotions to a name and an aspect of their own personality. They can now identify with something that’s going on inside.
“I cheered after I saw the new animated film, ‘Inside Out.’ For thirty years I have been teaching how to communicate through your emotions, from the ‘inside out,’” said Laurie Burton, founder of Laurie Burton Training. “Just imagine how empowering this message can be for young children!”
Laurie Burton, whose book, “Presenting You,” provides in detail how to speak, present and communicate your way to success, is hoping that by introducing young children to their emotions through the experiences of Riley, the lead character in the movie, they will learn to understand and embrace their own emotions. “Nothing engages children more than a gloriously animated feature. Just think of the power of ‘Frozen.’”
Burton continues, “‘Inside Out’ serves as the foundation for building young children’s self-esteem and confidence. They will learn not to be afraid of their emotions and that emotions are a part of who they are. Mom and Dad get a refreshing way to re-examine how they express themselves and a new common language to use with their kids!”
Laurie Burton Training is dedicated to helping people improve their ability to communicate effectively, thereby creating more success in business and in life.
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