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Weathering My Emotions: A Little Journal for Big Feelings
Weathering My Emotions is a prompted, beautifully illustrated journal that helps kids 5-18 navigate their emotions. We worked with positive parenting educator Ralphie Jacobs, therapists, life coaches, and mindfulness experts to create this tool to teach kids powerful tools for understanding and processing emotion.
-Engaging activities, journaling prompts, drawing prompts, quotes, affirmations, and illustrations to teach your child how to make the best of his or her emotions.
-Includes sections that explore Happiness, Sadness, Anger, Anxiety, Love, Shame, Anxiety, and Peace, to help your child learn how to process each emotion in a healthy way.
-Research-backed, FUN activities that will give your child lifelong tools for emotional intelligence.
-When is the last time you felt really happy? Describe it in detail.
-Do you think it's good to feel sad sometimes? Why or why not?
-When you feel angry, what do you think your body and mind might be trying to tell you?
-Write five things you want to remember next time you feel bad about yourself.
-What do you love about your body?
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Teach your kids from a young age how to process their emotions.
Expressive writing guards against anxiety, depression, ADD, and acting out.
Illustrations and prompts for writing and drawing provide engaging, productive quiet time for your kids.
The practice of journaling lowers your heart rate and boosts your mood.
My Anger Volcano Section
Write something that makes you feel really angry:
My Anger Umbrella Section
Write down a time when you felt jealous:
My Kindness Balloons Section
Fill the balloons on this page with kind things others have done for you: