WISHCRAFT (for kids?)

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WISHCRAFT (for kids?)

Postby GraceMarie » Fri Apr 10, 2009 4:19 am

Hi all!... Here I am hoping (no... here I am 'knowing') that someone out there can help me... I have a 13 year old daughter who doesn't like to 'do' anything, but she wants to do 'something' because she is BORED (her caps, not mine!) When I ask her what she wants to do - she doesn't know (sound familiar to any of us 'older than 13' people out here - that is before we started using WISHCRAFT???) Does anyone know of a younger version of Wishcraft type of book... or DVD... or book-on-CD... or internet site??? Something that talks to the kids on their level? Thanks for any suggestions! Grace
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Re: WISHCRAFT (for kids?)

Postby avrum68 » Wed Apr 29, 2009 8:39 am

Grace - I'm an adolescent/family therapist in private practice and have wanted to create a Wishcraft process for teens. If there is anyone interested in this idea, please get in touch: - Avrum Nadigel http://nadigel.com/ avrum@nadigel.com
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Re: WISHCRAFT (for kids?)

Postby Moonracer » Fri May 08, 2009 11:31 pm

I love the idea of introducing this to kids! Life would be so much sweeter if we knew this stuff earlier. Might be worth mentioning to Barbara...
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