What People Are Saying ...
"Susy is a brilliant speaker -- she presented her wonderful book, Raising Kids Who Care, to our women's group and facilitated an interactive workshop demonstrating practical tips and tricks from her book. The information she provided was invaluable and so applicable to parents of all stages in life."
Maggie Saleeb - Exodus Youth Worx
"Susy is an absolute joy to engage with. Our interview felt more like a conversation with an old friend, and her insight was elucidating. She voices the teachings of her experiences with articulation and emotion, speaking clearly and calmly from the heart. I'd highly recommend that anyone who has the privilege of hearing Susy speak on the importance of raising kids who care, do so eagerly and earnestly."
Jada Bennett - Little Justice Leaders
Susy Lee was a wonderful addition to our Back to School Summit. She gave many practical ideas for how teens could be of service to their communities. Her passion for helping teens build relationships and find their purpose gives us all hope that this next generation will make the world a better place.
Laura Dennis, co-host of The Next Phase Parenting Summit
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Raising Kids Who Care
Practical conversations for exploring stuff that matters, together
This book will change the world, one family at a time. If our child-raising is dominated by our surrounding culture of consumerism and wealth, by individualism and tech gadgets, then our societal future is in trouble. If parents are intentional though, having conversations with their kids about these influences and better ways to journey through life, then we could have a culture marked by compassion and contentment, driven by values and purpose.
This book resources parents with research and vision for better ways to ensure happy kids – through gratitude and caring and contribution. Then the book takes whole families along 40 structured conversations – all to be led by the kids!
The conversations help families navigate four big areas of life:
- Our Relationships (like listening skills and conflict resolution)
- Our Culture (from hospitality to tough tech talk)
- Our Inner Selves (being a generous soul and living a purposeful life)
- Our World (from understanding poverty to visiting a local politician)
As parents, we want our kids to have happy, loving lives. As a society, we need kids who are capable of thinking and acting beyond themselves to help others have happy, loving lives too.
Let’s all commit to raising kids who care!