Cool things Metro Parent editors love and you gotta have
Jul 3, 2013
Items to Promote Self-Esteem on Compliment Your Mirror Day
This quirky, lesser-known holiday gives a nod to self-confidence by showing off the smile inducing effect of a beautiful view – you!
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If you have a child with special needs, you know that even the simple things in life can seem like huge challenges. But when the teenage years hit? Consider life even more confusing and self-esteem harder to come by. This mirror may make sharing and controlling everyday emotions easier. This cheery little sun is great for the morning – to influence waking up happy! It's small enough to be hand held and also comes in angry, surprised and sad emotions to encourage your school-aged child to express any feelings she may want to get out. Mirrors available for $44.95 at Achievement Products.