Help your child have more confidence and self esteem with 'The Happy Child: Fun Book'

A book made up of life coaching exercises to help kids aged 8-12 realise how great it is to be them.

Download the editable PDF for just £13.99

Children today have so much more to deal with. School work, exam pressure, bullying, social media and coping with their emotions are just some of the problems I've helped children deal with.

I've put my favourite life coaching exercises that have made the biggest difference to the kids I've worked with, into 'The Happy Child: Fun Book' - to help children be happier being them. ​

I believe that if children are taught how to manage their emotions, how to manage their time, have great friendships, and know what makes them happy and healthy, they ​can achieve anything they put their mind to. They can be more resilient for whatever comes their way.

  • Please bear in mind you'll either have to print the PDF version out yourself (especially the stickers and the colouring in), fill in the details online (I've made it editable), or jot your answers down in a notebook.

    The printed version is available on Amazon for £27.99. Click here to buy the printed version. 

    Oh, and they'll get access to a special part of my website where I hold my fun video training AND a group Q and A call online. That way I can check they're doing OK.


Jaelithe has taught me to believe in myself. I've learned to control my anger. I now know what I'm good at.

If you'd like to order 'The Happy Woman: Fun Book' or 'The Happy Teenager: Fun Book' you can too! 

Who am I and how can I help?

I'm Jaelithe Leigh-Brown, a busy mum to three kids - Koen, Torin and Eden. I used to be a journalist, reading the news on the radio and quickly realised I wanted to help people, instead of report on their misery. I studied psychology, trained to be a Life Coach, became a Fitness Coach and then, after having Eden, became a Nutritional Advisor and Author - writing a book on my smart phone during the night feeds. I then launched to help teenage girls know 'it's good to be you'. Why? Because I've doubted myself, felt rubbish about how I looked and felt like the worst person in the world. My kids picked up on it and we were all miserable. I want to teach you what you need to know to feel that little bit better. Too many women like you put themselves down. That's got to stop. I want to make you feel better every day, so you can enjoy your life and be proud of who you are.