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    Jean Tracy, MSS

    You're welcome, Dr. Par. I think I'll always hold the story of Darrel and his dad's attempts at humor in my heart.

    In Toastmasters we say, "Facts tell but stories sell."

    You're book sells because the stories you tell are instructive, interesting, and easy to remember.

    Warmly,

    Jean

    Dr. Par

    Thanks Jean. Once again you have picked out the "Meat" from "Messengers" and put it in a very useful format for parents to use. I'm so happy you mentioned my love of stories. I don't know if I told you about the Old Native American Proverb, but if so, here it goes again. "Tell me a fact and I will learn; Tell me a truth and I'll believe; But, tell me a story and I will hold it in my heart forever." I find this so true for myself that I have been using it in my presentations, both oral and written, all my professional life.
    Thanks for all you do for parents, children, and families! I, and they, appreciate it!

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