Everyone Feels Anxious Sometimes (Hardcover)
(This book is non-returnable)
Discover practical tools to calm anxiety so that you can focus on being the best you
It's okay to feel anxious sometimes. But if we let it grow, it can turn into a never-ending tornado of worry and dizzy spells. In Everyone Feels Anxious Sometimes, kids will learn soothing strategies that help boost calmness. Kids will feel empowered in overcoming worries, stress, and fear so that they can finally ease anxiety and stay focused on the things that bring them joy.Take the first step to reach a mind valley of inner peace, strength, and success
Lots of different things can make us feel anxious but don't let your thoughts turn you into a worry machine In Everyone Feels Anxious Sometimes, kids will learn to identify what makes them anxious, how to brainstorm solutions to get rid of their worry, and how to focus on the present moment so that they stay calm, happy, and in control.Written by a leading child psychologist to help empower kids with calming coping strategies
Dr. Daniela Owen, Ph.D., assistant professor of clinical psychology at UC Berkeley, can help children handle anxiety, stress, and other strong emotions with a tool kit of science-backed calming coping mechanisms. These strategies are all based on transforming anxiety so that children can grow resilience and confidence.
Dr. Daniela Owen is on a mission to help children reach their full potential by giving them the practical tools and lessons they need to help manage worries and fears, as well as overall emotional well-being.Collect other books by Dr. Daniela Owen
Dr. Daniela Owen is on a mission to help children reach their full potential by giving them the practical tools and lessons they need to help manage worries and fears, as well as overall emotional well-being. Her books have helped thousands of children boost confidence, self-esteem, and a calming mind like Everyone Feels Sad Sometimes, Everyone Feels Angry Sometimes, Right Now I Am Fine, Right Now I Am Kind, and Right Now I Am Brave.