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📒Cool Down And Work Through Anger ✍ Cheri J. Meiners
📝Cool Down and Work Through Anger Book Synopsis : Everyone gets angry, so it’s never too early for children to learn to recognize feelings of anger, express them, and build skills for coping with anger in helpful, appropriate ways. Children learn that it is okay to feel angry—but not okay to hurt anyone with actions or words. They discover concrete skills for working through anger: self-calming, thinking, getting help from a trusted person, talking and listening, apologizing, being patient, and viewing others positively. Reassuring and supportive, the book helps preschool and primary-age children see that when they cool down and work through anger, they can feel peaceful again.
📒Cool Down And Work Through Anger C Lmate Y Supera La Ira ✍ Cheri J. Meiners
📝Cool Down and Work Through Anger C lmate y supera la ira Book Synopsis : Reassuring and supportive, this book helps preschool and primary children learn concrete social skills for anger management and discover that when they cool down and work through anger, they can feel peaceful again. The English-Spanish editions from the popular Learning to Get Along series help children learn, understand, and practice basic social and emotional skills. Real-life situations and lots of diversity make these read-aloud books appropriate for homes, childcare settings, and primary and special education classrooms. Presented in a social story format, each bilingual book includes a special section for adults, with discussion questions, games, activities, and tips that reinforce improving social skills.
📒Have Courage ✍ Cheri J. Meiners
📝Have Courage Book Synopsis : Help children develop the attitudes and skills of courage and assertiveness in order to make wise choices and work through challenges. Children learn to do what they think is right and be brave, even if it’s hard. They learn to distinguish between expectations set by trusted adults and hurtful, wrong, or dangerous things adults or children might pressure them to do. The book also highlights trying new things, taking reasonable risks, and speaking up. Being the Best Me Series: From the author of the popular Learning to Get Along® books comes a one-of-a-kind character-development series. Each of the first six books in the Being the Best Me! series helps children learn, understand, and develop attitudes and positive character traits that strengthen self-confidence and a sense of purpose. Each book focuses on a specific attitude or character trait—optimism, self-esteem, assertiveness, resilience, integrity, and forgiveness. Also included are discussion questions, games, activities, and additional information for adults. Filled with diversity, these social story books will be welcome in school, home, and childcare settings.
📒I M Like You You Re Like Me ✍ Cindy Gainer
📝I m Like You You re Like Me Book Synopsis : “It’s fun to find ways I’m like you and you’re like me. It’s fun to find ways we’re different.” In this colorful, inviting book, kids from preschool to lower elementary learn about diversity in terms they can understand: hair that’s straight or curly, families with many people or few, bodies that are big or small. With its wide-ranging examples and fun, highly detailed art, I’m Like You, You’re Like Me helps kids appreciate the ways they are alike and affirm their individual differences. A two-page adult section in the back provides tips and activities for parents and caregivers to reinforce the themes and lessons of the book.
📒Feel Confident ✍ Cheri J. Meiners
📝Feel Confident Book Synopsis : Empower children to recognize their individual worth and develop confidence in themselves, their abilities, and the choices they make. Children learn that they can speak up, expect and show respect, try new things, and believe in themselves. Confidence-building skills of accepting yourself, asking for what you need, making decisions, solving problems, and communicating are also discussed. Young children will respond to the true-to-life situations and colorful illustrations. Being the Best Me Series: From the author of the popular Learning to Get Along® books come the first two books in this one-of-a-kind character-development series. Each book focuses on specific attitude or character traits—such as optimism, courage, resilience, imagination, personal power, decision-making, and work ethics. Also included are discussion questions, games, activities, and additional information adults can use to reinforce the concepts children are learning. Filled with diversity, these read-aloud books will be welcome in school, home, and childcare settings.
📒Anger Management Workbook For Teens ✍ Anthony Lee
📝Anger Management Workbook for Teens Book Synopsis : The Anger Management Workbook For Teens: Find Simple Ways of Managing Anger And How To Control Anger In Teens And Kids Have you ever wondered how to control anger? Have you tried some steps to managing your anger but failed? Is there any other way that you can still be angry without making the situation worse? Can you direct your anger to something positive in your life that will help you? Are there practical strategies in anger management for teens that you can adopt in controlling your anger? As a teenager, there are times that you feel you have to let out and express your anger without any form of limitation. Here, in this anger management workbook for teens, you will find: -Activities to help you in managing your anger -Simple steps to keep you encouraged all through your anger management exercises -Guide on how to control anger and turn it into a positive action -Practical ways to deal with situations that can lead to anger -Find ways on how to handle anger in both school and family. The twenty-three exercises in this anger management workbook for teens will help you to know when anger is about to start and what step you can take to control it. It will explain to you through practical exercises what causes your anger and how to control your anger. As a teenager, the exercise in this book will give you a direct explanation on knowing how your family anger can influence what you have been experiencing in your life. Following these exercises every day, you can find ways to control your anger. The days of anger are over with this anger management book for teens. Tags: anger management, anger management for kids, anger management for men, anger management for women, anger management workbook, anger management free book, anger management therapy, anger management book, anger management for teens, anger management cd, anger management workbook for men Aaron Karmin LCPC, anger Thich Hanh, the anger workbook Les Carter, Frank Minirth, the cow in the parking lot Susan Edmiston, Leonard Scheff, the dance of anger Harriet Lerner, anger management Thomas Westover, rage Ronald Potter-Efron, how to take the grrrr out of anger Elizabeth Verdick, Marjorie Lisovskis, the anger control workbook Matthew McKay, Peter D. Rogers, stop walking on eggshells, feeling good, mind games Pamela Kole, i hate you--don't leave me, think different Zoe McKey, the verbally abusive relationship, expanded third edition Patricia Evans, the dialectical behavior therapy skills workbook, stop caretaking the borderline or narcissist Margalis Fjelstad, loving someone with borderline personality disorder Shari Y. Manning, narcissists Pamela Kole, quiet the rage, how to control anger, how to control anger kids, 30 days to taming your anger Deborah Smith Pegues, how to control your anger before it controls you Albert Ellis, Arthur Lange, how to control your anxiety before it controls you Albert Ellis, how to control your emotions, so they don't control Brooke McGlothlin, anger management JAMES SIMMONS, how to control anger Jeremiah Stevens, how to control anger Adam Smith, anger, anger management, anger management for kids, anger management for men, anger taming a powerful emotion, anger is a gift, anger management for women, angery american, anger and forgiveness, anger to rage, angera allen, anger Thich Hanh, the dance of anger Harriet Lerner, the cow in the parking lot Susan Edmiston, Leonard Scheff, anger management workbook for men Aaron Karmin LCPC, rage Ronald Potter-Efron, the anger control workbook Matthew McKay, Peter D. Rogers, beyond anger Thomas J. Harbin, cool down and work through anger Cheri J. Meiners, how to control emotions Kirk Saugareli,
📒When Anger Hurts ✍ Matthew McKay
📝When Anger Hurts Book Synopsis : A major revision of the best-selling classic-a quarter of a million copies sold. This new edition of When Anger Hurts is a complete, step-by-step guide to changing habitual anger-generating thoughts while developing healthier, more effective ways of meeting your needs. It includes new chapters on emergency anger control, the interpersonal and physiological costs of anger, road rage, and parental anger. Discover how to create your own personal intervention strategy for controlling angry impulses Recognize anger-triggering thoughts and learn ways to challenge them Learn how to control anger-generating stress Recognize the early warning signals of anger and find out how to cool down before things get really hot When you work through the exercises and lessons in this book, you will immediately see positive change in every aspect of your life.
📒Pleasant Dreams ✍ Amy Dean
📝Pleasant dreams Book Synopsis : Louise guides you in releasing your fears & allowing yourself to live in peace & safety with these powerful affirmations & meditation.
📒Out Of The Blues ✍ Jay Cleve
📝Out of the blues Book Synopsis :
📒Tools For Stability ✍ Melva Freeman
📝Tools for Stability Book Synopsis : The Tools for Stability book is composed of tools that Melva has learned, not necessarily from doctors, but by her experiences. She wanted people to learn quickly what has taken her 25 years to learn. It comprises anger management, stress management, how to work with doctors, how to deal with medications, tips on saving money, how to find a compatible roommate, many other tools to survive in a troubled world, plus her experiences with having bipolar. It can not only help people with mental illness, but anyone that wants to improve their mental attitude and their relationships. Reading the book, “Tools for Stability,” was a fascinating journey from another person’s vantage point as they experience life with a condition many people have. “Tools for Stability” is a valuable teaching book for psychologist in training themselves and their clients, for people with family and friends that could gain a compassionate viewpoint which would lead to understanding what someone is going through. “Tools for Stability” will assist people going through a similar circumstance to know they are not alone. “Tools for Stability” opened me up to realize how close we all are to possibly shifting into another world from the one we may be experiencing this day. Melva tells a vulnerable story in an elegant and straightforward way. We can learn about people around us, people we experience in the grocery stores, common areas, family and friends and gain more insight and show more kindness around this process to others. Reading Melva’s book will no doubt be a useful professional psychology book. I believe strongly practitioners, hospitals and universities could benefit from Melva’s work. The book Tools, is a positive book and perhaps life roadmap for people who are experiencing some similar situations. Melva herself shares a positive outcome in her own successful life letting others be aware they too, can recover. Melva was courageous to write and share this book and did it so well. Respectfully, Marilyn P Medical Intuitive, Hypnotherapist, and Advocate of Independent Living for people with Disabilities Nov 8, 2013 Dear Melva Freeman, I finished reading your book "Tools for Stability" about 2 months ago. It has made a difference in my life in a positive way and pieces of it keep coming back to me when I need them. When you first asked me to read it I was hesitant as I thought it was only for people who were diagnosed with manic depression. That would not apply to me. It is true I did get a greater understanding of what you, the author, deals with. I appreciate that. I also came to understand what we all had in common. However what was more important to me was a better understanding of what I had to deal with. I could use the commonsense and clear guidelines put forth in your "Tools for Stability". One that stands out to me is, "All medications have side effects. Keep working with your doctor to find the best one for you." That really helped me when I was going through a rough patch with my eyes. I especially like the sections on anger, dealing with family and friends, general health guidelines and spirituality. Although I had heard them before they were organized and written in a simple, straight forward manner. I plan to reread them. After I finished reading the "Tools for Stability" I recommended it to a friend. She read it and has passed it on to other members in her family both male and female of different ages. They have each found things that are helpful for them. Now I have a real problem. I don't have a book of my own. I am looking forward to the time when "Tools for Stability" is in print. I think it will be a valuable and helpful resource for a variety of people regardless of age, income or sex: i.e. families, individuals, ordinary day to day living, people in jail, people with medical issues to name only a few. Thank you very much for lending me a reader's copy. Nancy G. Dear Melva, Just want to thank you so much for sharing your “Tools for Stability” with me. I shared it with my son & daughter-in-law and granddaughter – don’t know how much they read – but they said they found it helpful and more understanding than some of the books they have read. My daughter has read it – We both feel that your thoughts and advice are very easy to understand. I have learned a lot by reading your book – I’ve come to have great respect for anyone with mental illness – and to know the symptoms to look for – this both helps everyone- not just someone who has an illness – I have written some notes from your book – and I do hope you will be publishing it soon – As I would like to buy 2 copies – at least! To have been able to put your experience down for us to share has to have been difficult – but, “Thank you” for all of us who have so much to learn. May God continue to bless you – and may you continue to be a Blessing to others. Diane T.