Thursday, May 7, 2009

It's Giveaway Time! Are You a Fishful Thinker?




Well, as many of you already know, I am an ambassador for Fishful Thinking! When I find something that I really believe in, I want to share it with everybody! Fishful Thinking is a program that gives parents the tools they need to raise a more optimistic child ready to face life's challenges. There are many activities to do with your children to help the achieve their goals. Here are a few:

Optimism Activities!


All of these activities can really help get the communication going between you and your child! They also have a feature called Storybook Maker! You can make a personalized Storybook about your own child and be entered to win a $10,000 scholarship! How fabulous is that?



Now that I have told you a little bit about Fishful Thinking, I'd like you to check it out! After you do, come back here and tell me what you have learned. Just for doing that, You will be entered to win a:

$25 Target Gift Card

The giveaway will run from now until Friday May 15 at 11:59 pm. I will choose a winner sometime on Saturday May 16!

As an ambassador for Fishful Thinking through RepNation I could receive incentives for my participation.

23 comments:

  1. I haven't tried it yet, but I'm going to do the Grateful Sayings activity at dinner tonight. I have a teen and even though we eat dinner together every night, there are so many ways that Fishful Thinking's site can help us to communicate better.

    Thanks!

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  2. I signed up to get the newsletter!

    Count me in!!!

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  3. Optimism is a learned skill and it can enable children to have a higher level of confidence and achievement. Thanks for a chance to win!

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  4. They have a kids site! There is an arcade and it is safe for kids. I am going to show the kids!

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  5. Don't count this comment:)

    I tagged ya! Please check my blog when you have time.

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  6. I want to teach my daughter optimism. It's good to have a positive outlook on things. dramaqueensmum@gmail.com

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  7. I'm following you on Twitter too.

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  8. Wow, there's so much neat info on there! I will check it out more when I get a chance!

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  9. The storybook maker feature is so cool! That is really neat! I will have to try that one of these days!

    K. C.
    kccuties(at)gmail(Dot)com

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  10. I think the storybook maker is a neat feature!!

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  11. I learned that:

    Kids with a strong sense of self-efficacy are:

    better problem solvers
    less likely to become helpless
    more resilient

    Thanks for this great contest, I hop I win!

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  12. Fishful thinking encourages all kinds of traits, such as goal setting, optimism, empowerment, and more! :)

    themommyfiles@gmail.com

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  13. Fishful thinking is a program that helps parents teach their kids how to reach self-actualization by maintaining a positive attitude and dealing with life's challenges

    scrappydiva2129 at yahoo dot com

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  14. I really like the Silver Lining game. It's really tough to help kids understand that not everything is going to work out the way they want. These activities are great ways to turn something negative into a positive!

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  15. I really found this information valuable:

    Emotional Awareness:

    contributes to resilience
    is critical in forming healthy relationships
    is critical in goal attainment
    is necessary for overall mental health

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  16. Kids with a strong sense of self-efficacy are:
    better problem solvers,less likely to become helpless,more resilient
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  17. My little guy is still a little too young for the Fishful Thinking, but it was definitely nice for me to read the Empowering Article "How To Be a Happier Mom". One of my favorite activities that I can't wait to try with my little guy is Shake Off the Frustration Dance.

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  18. The Storybook Maker is REALLY cool! I wish my boys were just a little bit older so I could be a Fishful Thinking ambassador too!

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  19. I really like the optimism activities--the nature walk, favorite photo, and finding meaning all sound like a lot of fun for our family. I can't wait to try them out!

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  20. Seems to me that a reminder of those "5 ingredients" are helpful to us adults too!

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  21. I think it was wonderful little site. I loved reading about Goal setting. Activity Goal Road Map (One Step at a Time) I'm going to do this with my son. I think this would be a great activity for us.

    Thank you for sharing such a wonderful site!

    Have a lovely week!

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  22. As my 2 yo ages, I look forward to developing her emotional awareness more...it looks like this will be a good resource too.

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  23. I love their focus on optimism and the activities sound fun and helpful for kids. I'm very impressed with this website.

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