About Starguy & the Mission 2017-07-06T20:40:13-04:00


Starguy’s Journey of the Heart

Five Star Points

About Starguy

Welcome to the wondrous universe of Starguy’s Journey of the Heart, an innovative holistic approach to building self-esteem, as well as emotional and physical health. Starguy’s Journey of the Heart strives to develop the “whole child”, providing a well-rounded approach to educational entertainment by incorporating interactive tools for use both in front of and away from the screen. The mix of live action, animation, music, dance and play conveys messages about health, nutrition, learning and compassion in an easy, comprehensive way.

Starguy and friends guide the children through the five “Star Points” journey in a fun and interactive way, addressing complex topics in an age appropriate manner.

Starguy’s Journey of the Heart has the tools to develop total health and well-being of mind, body, and spirit. As parents, teachers and storytellers, we believe the messages of Starguy’s Journey of the Heart should begin early; the Starguy program is enthusiastically received by children in the 0-6 age range.

Starguy’s Journey of the Heart is seeking funding to fulfill Debbie’s mission. Please contact us if you can help.

Starguy’s Mission

One-third of American children and teens are overweight or obese, which puts them at risk of type 2 diabetes, high cholesterol and other health problems. The world is often too busy with itself for messages of hope and gentleness. Children are treated as consumers, teachers as quality control managers, and parents are desperate for guidance and support.  What is the single note of promise and possibility in all of this? It’s the heart and imagination of a child. This is why it is vital to cultivate and sustain our children’s innate hopefulness and belief in goodness.

That is the mission of Starguy. It is a journey that takes each child to the pure and blinding heart of self; it is a journey of self-esteem, self-discovery, and respect for self and others.

Improved diet and exercise are part of the solution, but they are not enough. We need to introduce the tools that will reduce the “dis-ease” not only of poor physical health and obesity, but of poor self esteem and stunted emotional growth. This requires a holistic, loving approach that addresses mind, body and spirit.