PRESS RELEASE: a new game for grade schools to change student behavior one at a time

WHO’S TALKING©2007 in association with Unraveling Your Past®

A communication game for 10 year-olds to adults, that makes the book Unraveling Your Past® to Get Into the Present come to life. Who’s Talking ©2007 is a communication game for the classroom and for the family. Adults and children play together and find a better way to communicate. This is a game that teaches self-discipline. Playing Who’s Talking© teaches each player to be himself or herself: the authentic self.

  Comments from parents:
  • “This game makes you laugh; I have never had a game make me laugh this much.”
  • “This game teaches you to be who you really are.”
  • “I can use the characters in the game to remind my daughter when she is not herself.”

Comments from children: Each one says the same thing in different words.

  • “I will think now about how I act.”
  • “It makes you think about how you act.”
  • “I think about how I act now, I wouldn’t want God to show me one of those cards.” (The cards are character cards: gossip, anger etc.)
  • “It kind of makes you think about what other people think of you.”
  • “It makes you listen to what people are actually saying.”

    Would you play this game again?

  • YES!


Teachers all across America spend their own money in the classroom will you help them? There are special projects and day to day ideas that the grade school teacher brings to life from his or her own bank account. If you want to help the children learn better, be better behaved, as well as staying calm and focused, give the communication game, Who’s Talking©, to the grade school teachers of America. Do it today. We are targeting the 5th grade students at this time by test marketing 5th grade classes.

  • Our goal is to have each student in California and then America have the opportunity to play WHO’S TALKING©2007 by Unraveling Your Past®
  • Our goal is to have Foundations and Charities in America give this game to each 5th grade school teacher’s classroom. She or he can use Who’s Talking to open communication lines and solve behavior problems.
  • Please contact us to give a better education to American children.

To Teachers:

If you are a grade school teacher, or high school teacher please request games for your classroom by e-mailing us through the website following. The game helps students be self disciplined and tell the truth. Is this something you would like to have in your classroom?

Paulette Renee Broqueville
Broqueville Publishing, 1260 Logan Ave. Suite B3, Costa Mesa, CA. 92626

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Re: New book: Unraveling Your Past to Get Into the Present  An answer to the question, “Who Am I?” written by Paulette Renee Broqueville


What does  everyone want more of - besides money? Happiness!  How can we get it?   How can we keep it?  Why do we not have more of it?  A new writer, Paulette Renee Broqueville, has written a book that takes the reader from  acting day to day on automatic pilot  - being an actor or an actress wearing masks, pretending to be happy, pretending to be someone important, someone - anyone - but one’s self;  to  knowing who you really are, knowing what you really want to do, and expressing who you really are.  The book is called Unraveling Your Past to Get Into the Present.   There are many self-help books that can tell the reader what the problem is but Ms. Broqueville’s book gives you over 100 mental exercises to edit the reader’s subconscious mind and relieve you of the fear which keeps you from being who you really are.  “Being who you really are is the only way to be happy,” says Ms. Broqueville. 


Magazine:  Seems so easy, so simple!

PRB:  It is very complicated in its simplicity.  It takes courage to be yourself.  People have been raised with the word NO.  They are afraid of hearing that word and so they tailor their  behavior around not hearing that word.  For example: putting on an act of being happy when inside you are crying; doing what someone else wants you to do and pretending to like it when you do not; and agreeing with someone’s idea when you know that the idea is a bad one.


Magazine: Everyone does this!  Are you saying that your book helps people  to tell the truth?


PRB:  Yes. There are a lot of hurt feelings inside of each one of us that occurred in childhood. These hurts have taught us to be afraid of being honest about our feelings, our wants.  For example:

Injustice:   children have been  blamed for things that they did not do.

Criticism:  children have been  criticized  when they should have been encouraged, praised for what they did correctly and taught how to do things right.

Not being justly reprimanded: the parent covered up the child’s wrong-doing.  The child then carries the guilt of not being punished or worse that someone else was blamed and punished for his or her wrong-doing. 


Magazine:  It seems like years of therapy would be needed. 


PRB: Unraveling  Your Past to Get Into the Present  is a book of questions.  The answers are given by the reader; therefore, the book is written by the reader who answers the questions and solves the mysteries of his or her own life circumstances. It is the questions that accelerate the healing of the reader’s psyche.  The only thing I do in the book is point out different perspectives on life.  I give the reader different paths that the reader could choose to take.  I educate the reader in what is or is not real.  As people - adults or children - we tend to look through  only one perspective.  My book teaches the reader to look at these past experiences from multiple perspectives.  Why did the parent say, do, or act in this way?  What made the reader feel or think this way?  The problem comes in the future when the child, now an adult, finds himself or herself in a similar situation:  a girlfriend makes him feel like his mother did when he was 5, he reacts to his girlfriend as though he were 5 and reacting to his mother.  My book helps the reader expose the reason he has these feelings.  The reader is now aware of why he feels this way; knowing the reason why enables the reader to be able to  change.  The reader is the only one who can decide to change.  Change brings happiness; therefore, the readers of my book tend to finish the book with a lot of happiness - happiness that they did not have before they learned to have the courage to be themselves: themselves, ourselves, yourself, myself? Who is the self, but your soul thinking, speaking, and acting; and, that is how you find happiness.


Fables, Legends, and Myths?

Is anyone writing fables, legends or myths today or is that only in our past?  A new writer, Paulette Renee Broqueville,  writes in the style of fables, legends and myths.  The Answer to Sun Tzu  series books,, have been mistaken for an ancient Chinese manuscript.  A question and answer book about a man and his mentor: The mentor, and the Great General Sun Tzu, is a book that does what many books aspire to do - inspire the reader.  Sun Tzu lived 2500 years ago, but his writing, The Art of War,  is read today for  not only military battle strategy; but also for business strategy.  We interviewed Ms. Broqueville.


Magazine: What made you write this book about Sun Tzu?


PRB: I took a military history class in 1968 where I learned about how Sun Tzu’s book, The Art of War, had influenced military generals for 2500 years.  I write the way I think, I live this way and I act this way as well.  When a boyfriend insulted me one day I sent him a fax; it was the first answer to Sun Tzu that I wrote as  a conversation between the philosopher, Confucius, and the General Sun Tzu.  That was my first Sun Tzu “Love and War.”  I got my message across to him and it was the beginning of the idea for this book.  I felt that business people would benefit from the insights that I have into Asian philosophy.  We do a lot of business with Asians, and Americans think entirely different than Asians do about every aspect of life. 


Magazine: What do you think people will get from The Answer to Sun Tzu?


PRB: I believe  they will be inspired, encouraged, and supported in their own convictions in life:  people should be fair, better service should be rewarded, respect should be given to everyone,  the good and the innocent should be defended and protected,  and what to do when one’s inherent rights are violated by: jealous, revengeful, slanderous, liars.  People will learn how to look at life and love and their everyday battles in a different way. 


Magazine:  How do you know all of these things that you have written. Have you studied Sun Tzu?


PRB: I have  not studied anything but the book, The Art of War by Sun Tzu. I am a philosopher/ mentor who believes that people deserve to be inspired to do better and think greater, deeper thoughts.  I believe that my book will do just that.  I want students in schools all over the world carrying my books around; reading them for ideas on how to solve the personal or business situations in which they find that they need help.  Maybe he is young and needs help with a girlfriend.  Reading about the Soul of a woman  could be a revelation to a man.  His hormones usually supercede and sex is all he can think about when he looks at a woman.  I present him with the thought of looking at the soul of a woman.  What a mystery to unravel.  You  see,  one must know that a thing exists before he or she can search for it.  I let my readers know that these things exist and then they go in search of them.  It makes for a more exciting life and an exciting interrelationship with people - especially those who are also reading my books. 


Magazine: So you have taken a figure from 2500 years ago, a Chinese General Sun Tzu and made him come alive today in order to be a mentor to your readers?


PRB: Yes, I have. I want to help people.  I want to teach them to talk soul to soul with each other.  I want people to learn to be nice - play nice.  It is  playing dirty that hurts the souls of the people and gives them the complexes that may take forever from which  to heal.  I really want to inspire young people to want to be nice, compliment each other rather than be negative.  I want to make it cool to be wise, noble, honorable and polite.  Imagine a world such as that.



Re: New book: Gentle Breeze Carrying the Scent of Flowers  accompanied by the sequel Running Water Kissed by the Sun, A story of growth through questions, written by Paulette Renee Broqueville.



A new writer, Paulette Renee Broqueville,  writes in the style of fables, legends and myths. Gentle Breeze Carrying the Scent of Flowers  accompanied by the sequel Running Water Kissed by the Sun, series books,, have been mistaken for interpretations of Indian legends.   A question and answer book about how an Indian Chief and his wife answer the questions of a girl and a boy as they mature into adulthood, reveals how they  train children to grow up to be noble souls.  Ms. Broqueville’s  books do what many books aspire to do - inspire the reader. We interviewed Ms. Broqueville.


Magazine: Indian legends tell a lot in very little text.  Your books do the same.  How do you think of the answers to the questions?  I know that you are not Indian and I wonder how you could be raised as an American today and write such books.


PRB: I was born Paulette Renee Havig, into an immigrant family who came from Norway in the early 1900’s, and was raised in Minnesota in a small town of under 10,000.  Our family had a summer log cabin in the woods on a lake:  no running water, we carried water from a pump;  no indoor plumbing, we had an outhouse; no electricity, we had kerosene lamps.  I was raised without TV until the age of  around 10.  Our Cabin was in the area of Minnesota near several Chippewa Indian reservations.  Indian life fascinated me while I was growing up.  All of these factors influenced my soul: being raised in nature,  lack of unnatural influences, and the peace and quiet of being in nature allowed my soul to grow.  


Magazine: What is soul growth? 


PRB:  First, soul growth is having a conscience that lets you know, by a feeling in your stomach, when  you are doing right or doing  wrong.   Second,  soul growth comes from examples of people who have noble souls.   The  Indian Chiefs I saw in the cowboy and Indian movies on TV had a way of  imparting noble characteristics:  their word was good, they did not lie, they showed respect to each other, they made agreements with the government of the U.S.  and they kept their word; they had a sense of justice and honor between each other.  All of these indicate soul maturity.


Magazine: How do people learn to have soul maturity today? 


PRB: That is a difficult task with what people are exposed to today:  violence and  sex  in movies and on TV; repetitive music; drugs and alcohol,  MTV, Video Games,  and porno.  All of these are unnatural to the soul  and prevent the soul from functioning.  There is no soul growth if the soul cannot even choose the life  the soul wants to have.  This is the reason why I am writing my books: I want to mentor the souls.  Give people a choice of how to live, think, act and speak.  Speak as the soul or speak as the ego.  The ego imprisons the soul.  People need to realize this.


Magazine: What do you mean, choose the life the soul wants to have?


PRB:  People are followers, they copy fads, they are  imitators of anything they see or hear if they are ruled by the ego.  People are individuals, creative, inventive, self directed, take responsibility for their actions and words, if they are ruled by the soul.  Which life would you like to have: a robots or a creative, inventive life.


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Paulette Renee Broqueville