Often we adults don't either. This book is to help us parents, teachers, therapist's and carers to help children recognise, name and manage feelings.
We often forget how little these people are and that they are learning feelings sometimes for the very first time. Visual images like the friendly and simple illustrations created for our book by Tamara Hackett are a great start.
Children can now become familiar with different feelings, emotions and even senses. Our book works by having your child point to the picture if they are unable to verbally communicate or struggle in this area. You may ask your child to flip through and find a picture on how they feel.
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It caresses so gently that if we are preoccupied we may not feel it at all. But most of the time, if we do not heed the gentle feeling, the Spirit will withdraw and wait until we come seeking and listening.
My Feelings Matter, a children's feelings book
His promptings will be felt in different degrees of intensity according to our individual needs and circumstances. First, you must cultivate awareness. These types of behaviors may include deep breathing, giving yourself a hand or foot massage, going for a walk, listening to calming music, exercising, and so on. Once you feel calmer, another helpful step is to evaluate your thoughts.
Urban Dictionary: Feelings
What are you telling yourself? Are your thoughts comforting, faithful, or reality-based? Or are they negative, condemning, and full of untruths or partial truths that are only escalating your anxiety? If you realize that your thoughts are distorted and making things worse for you, then clean them up! One way to do this is to write every piece of evidence you can think of to prove that the thought causing you distress is not percent true. As you seek this evidence, in time the thought that is escalating your anxiety will lose power.
As you consider these ideas when seeking to discern your feelings, including the promptings of the Spirit, remember that anxiety distorts perceptions of reality. DISQUIET agitated alarmed discombobulated disconcerted disturbed perturbed rattled restless shocked startled surprised troubled turbulent turmoil uncomfortable uneasy unnerved unsettled upset.
PAIN agony anguished bereaved devastated grief heartbroken hurt lonely miserable regretful remorseful. SAD depressed dejected despair despondent disappointed discouraged disheartened forlorn gloomy heavy hearted hopeless melancholy unhappy wretched.