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BOOKS & EVENTS

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Who i am

About me

Eva-Maria was born in 1990 in Akademgorodok; a well known scientific and educational centre, in the Siberian city of Novosibirsk, Russia. From a young age she was always loud and energetic wherever she went, always the centre of attention.

Eva-Maria lives life true to her name, which was given to her as a symbolic link between opposites. Eva – a name from the West and Maria – from the East.

TESTIMONAILS

Her Business Magazine
Her Business Magazine
This book will give you never-before-published information to help you build a better relationship with your teen!
Bookman Beattie
Bookman Beattie
Former leading New Zealand publisher and bookseller, and widely experienced judge of both the Commonwealth Writers Prize and the Montana New Zealand Book Awards, talks about what he is currently reading, what impresses him and what doesn't, along with chat about the international English language book scene, and links to sites of interest to booklovers…Bookman Beattie admires energy and enterprise, and here is a new book from a young enterprising author....
International Coach Dave Rogers
International Coach Dave Rogers
17 year old, best-selling author Eva Maria, has coached more than one hundred teens as part of her research for her awe-inspiring work called “You Shut Up!” Get inspired to improve communication with teenagers and take a step towards understanding this amazing generation.
Anna Geremia-Young
Anna Geremia-Young
A book straight from the heart of a 17 year old teenager. Great insight as to how teenagers like to be treated and the issues that they face “growing up”. It’s never been an easy time for teenagers when emotions run wild, peer pressure and pressure on themselves are always in the back of their minds. I think there is more pressure regarding drugs and sex on our young people. Children are being exposed to these pressures at a much younger age and that is a personal concern of mine. The main points for parents to ...
Steven Arnold, Founder of Athena Montessori College, Wellington
Steven Arnold, Founder of Athena Montessori College, Wellington
Parenting is a hard job, but it gets easier with listening especially when the efforts of your attention are able to tell you what works and what doesn’t. Eva’s book is not an easy read, there are some things that are not comfortable – and that is the way it should be. The life of a teen is not always easy nor always comfortable. The interface between parents expectations, their own dim memories of being parented as teens themselves, the social pressure of their adult peers, and sheer ignorance with the volatility of teenage emotions and reactions, media ...
Mary McCallum, mother, author and, book critic
Mary McCallum, mother, author and, book critic
'You Shut Up!' is not a comfortable read. It challenges parents to reassess the way they relate to their teenagers and come up with an approach that is guided by a mixture of love and pragmatism, communication and non-interference, with less judgement and more trust – something we aren’t always very good at. While parents won’t necessarily agree with everything Eva-Maria says – or be able to execute the balancing act she espouses – they will have trouble getting her voice out of their heads, especially next time they have a run-in with one of their teenagers. In a nutshell, ...
Azmarah Shivaz, ACC: Insurance and Prevention Services
Azmarah Shivaz, ACC: Insurance and Prevention Services
The audience members, who of course are much older than Gen "SMART", felt it was a most though provoking presentation. Eva-Maria kept them engaged from start to finish, giving the members valuable insights throughout, which meant they had many great take away key points and lessons to go away with that Eva-Maria communicated in an easy-to-remember way.
Joye Luddon, Social Worker Kapiti, Skills Centre
Joye Luddon, Social Worker Kapiti, Skills Centre
Eva-Maria gave a motivational presentation to our youth students yesterday. The students enjoyed meeting with Eva-Maria, who presented as a very friendly, confident, and polite young woman.
 Hannah Pia Baral, Interim Director
Hannah Pia Baral, Interim Director
The quality of this year's workshops at the ACE Conference was exceptional and we have had very positive feedback from those who attended. Conference participants have said that the workshops were both stimulating and practical as well as high relevant to their work. Thank you, Eva-Maria.
Mark Pickering, The Salvation Army
Mark Pickering, The Salvation Army
By taking that Eva invoked side-step into my teenage state of mind I did feel a lift in spirit from freedom, optimism and energy recalled. Thinking on from her presentation,if teenagers do particularly feel constrained by lack of influence and power, imagine what could be achieved if we with the power teamed up to them with the raw energy!