Naming a feeling takes away the fear of it. If we know what the feeling is, we can understand how to deal with it.
Emotions are part of the human experience. They have an influence on how we interact with others, but we are not always taught how to handle them appropriately. We can be quick to react based on what we feel in that moment, instead of letting the emotion pass through the body and responding once we feel calm.
This diverse interactive workbook helps children (and their parents!) identify and process a wide range of feelings by using charts, “choose your own emotion” lists, and fill-in-the-blank exercises. As readers work through each interactive page, they will feel empowered, educated, and encouraged to identify and overcome even the most puzzling emotions.
Learning to deal with our emotions can help us with conflict resolution and to better handle daily stress—no matter your age.
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