Tuesday, October 31, 2017

Mommy Loves You by Dr. Dyoni Cole

Hello! This is one of my tour stops during my week book tour for Mommy Loves You by Dr. Dyoni Cole. This virtual book tour is organized by Write Now Literary Book Tours. This tour runs October 30 – November 3, 2017.  Follow the tour here.  Book your own tour here WNL
Book Title: Mommy Loves You
Genre: Children's Book
Author: Dr. Dyoni Cole
Paperback: 26 pages
ISBN-10: 197619881X
ISBN-13: 978-1976198816
About The Author
Dr. Dyoni Cole is president of Dyoni, Inc., a consulting organization that specializes in leadership development in the areas of Education, Management, Organizational Leadership, and Dance Leadership.
Dr. Dyoni has a passion to see others exceed their own expectations and reach high levels of excellence. She believes in going beyond the call of duty to help others maximize their full potential and become who they have be predestined to be.
Dr. Dyoni earned her doctorate from Argosy University in Business Administration with a focus of management and organizational leadership. She earned her MBA from University of Phoenix and is currently earning a MS in Psychology.
Dr. Dyoni lives by these words" Always be a student of your craft, as each day is an opportunity to LEARN, to LOVE, and to DANCE."
About The Book
Mommy Loves You is a children's book about a mother's love for her child expressed through words of affirmation. Mommy Loves You is also an educational tool as well as a self-esteem and self-love booster.
For ages 1 - 5 years.
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Purchase Link
Amazon paperback link: http://a.co/8qGPtl3
Tour hosted by WLN Book Tours www.wnlbooktours.com

What inspired you to write this book?
YOU ARE, BUT YOU SHALL BE!!! This phrase is something that I think about often. Each day we are becoming.  We, as individuals are all working to become who we are predestined to be. We're all different, unique, and rare; Beautiful and handsome in our right. We all have a God-given purpose; a purpose that was explicitly given to you and given to me. Only you can accomplish your purpose, and just I can achieve my purpose.  This fact brings me to the concept of self: SELF-LOVE!
It is essential first and foremost that we know who we are as individuals and that we love who we are as individuals. You and I were perfectly and wonderfully created.  Everything about you, everything about me is a perfect fit to fulfill our purposes. It is crucial that we know and understand this. In recognizing and following this, we will embrace our uniqueness and our differences. We will no longer look down upon ourselves or compare ourselves to others. We will genuinely celebrate the accomplishments of others and not be secretly jealous and envious of others.  We will confidently stand on this truth that what is for you is for you and what is for me is for me.  This brings me to SELF-ESTEEM and SELF-VALUE, which all aligns with the concept of self.
How we carry ourselves depicts how we see ourselves, which in turn teaches others how to treat and interact with us.  As an adult, I recognize that social media is very influential in subliminally conveying the essence of what beauty looks like, what success looks like, and how one should go about becoming beautiful and becoming successful. Social media is subliminal in teaching us how to despise where we are in life and who we are as individuals. Social media is subliminal in showing us how to become the status quo and how to blend in when we were never designed or created to blend in;   blending in makes us merely ordinary. With this in mind, I can only imagine the difficulties children face with understanding who they are and the difficulties of learning how to become comfortable in their own skin.  This is why Mommy loves you was written. It is vital that children are affirmed by those who love them. It is essential that children know they were correctly created; that everything about them from their little toes, their little legs, their little hands, their nose, and their eyes are loved by those that love them; that they need not change anything about them to be loved.  

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