Inspired by the enduring appeal of teddy bears for grown-ups of all ages, The Big Squeeze is a sweet and uplifting gift book focused on the undeniable truth that kindness to ourselves, and others, matters. Combining enchanting photos with motivational messages, The Big Squeeze invites readers to ACCEPT that everyone has ups and downs, CELEBRATE triumphs, HEAL the hurts, LOVE one another, SHARE the good times and bad and TRY new adventures when it feels right. Every page is designed to generate smiles and to offer a relaxing break from everyday stress. The Big Squeeze is a great gift for anniversaries, baby showers, birthdays, engagements, holidays such as Valentine's Day, promotions, weddings and any time a smile is welcome.
Who says adults have everything figured out? We don’t! We need reassurance and comfort, and you will find both in this delightful new addition to Dr. Mangiero’s writings. This is an AWEsome reminder of the power of love and connection. You know those corporate inspiration posters? The Big Squeeze is similar, but with messages and reminders of the success of humanity, not corporate success. I challenge you to use each page as an inspirational focus each day - The Big Squeeze is a wonderfully inspired book that will surely brighten your day.
The Big Squeeze book offers life lessons for young and old about kindness. Check out Susan Mangiero's discussion with Mike Schikman, host of News/Talk WSVA (550 AM, 92.1 FM) about why kindness never goes out of style. She offers tips for self-care through kindness, describes how kindness is a great investment for businesses and emphasizes how The Big Squeeze can be used to teach children, grandchildren, students and employees that kindness counts.
In her new book The Big Squeeze: Hugs & Inspirations for Every Grown-Up Who Loves Teddy Bears, Dr. Susan Mangiero suggests too many workplaces are missing the kindness factor and paying a price for the incivility, rudeness and secretive approach of some bosses. Employees or co-workers can be stressed to the max, overly competitive, and habitually secretive under unkind management. But in open, communicative, helpful, and friendly workplaces, everyone does better — and jobs are much more enjoyable.