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"In her “real life” voice, Tara has made the mission of positive parenting and raising compassionate, self-actualized children accessible to all people. Any parent or guardian will easily be able to follow this guide and incorporate its teachings into their daily lives."
—HILLARY HAYDEN BURRI, President/ Founder of Go Rascals! animated children’s series
"Stop Raising Einstein lays the foundation for fi nding our “unique brilliance” and provides a message of hope for living the life of our dreams through the powers of focus, belief, and
—Brian A. Murray, Major, USMC (Ret), Vice President, Operations Marine Toys for Tots Foundation
“When we celebrate each other for who we are and the brilliance each of us brings to the world…no child is a burden, no parent is a failure, no human being is without value, every dream is worth achieving and every life is worth living to the fullest.”
—L ANE NEMETH, Founder of Discovery Toys, CEO of www.PetLane.com
A Berks County, Pennsylvania, native, Tara Kennedy Kline is an Allentown Parenting Examiner, a certifi ed Dream Coach®, and the owner of Tara's Toy Box(tm), a toy wholesaler dedicated to serving and supporting charitable and philanthropic programs. In her late 30s, Tara was diagnosed with ADD. She struggled with anxiety, depression and loss—her brother died of a heart attack at 19 and her mother fell victim to leukemia at age 57. Finally, when she discovered her son had Asperger's Syndrome, her life turned around. In a process that gave the title to this book, she learned how to communicate with him—then wrote a book to communicate what she had learned. In her own words, "Th is process saved my family, it saved my marriage and it saved my life. Now I want to give that same opportunity to everyone I touch. One conversation at a time." Today, Tara lives in Pennsylvania with her two sons and her husband, Chris, who was her high school sweetheart.