Daisy is good at noticing when others are feeling shy and helping them overcome their shyness. Daisy helps a new student break out of her shell, urges a friend to join in at a party, and coaxes her sister to socialize when her sister's feeling bashful. Then Daisy goes to a new club by herself, and it's her turn to feel timid. Can she follow her own example and move past her shy feelings? Everyday Feelings Series: Young children face many strong feelings, some of which can be difficult to handle. This series uses humor and compassion to show children how to help others--and themselves--feel better when dealing with challenging emotions. Lively art illustrates the stories with charm and energy. At the end of each book, a special section for adults presents ideas for helping children deal with feelings in healthy ways, as well as a list of recommended books for further reading. Also available is a free downloadable leader's guide for this series with additional information, discussion questions, and activities.
This book, part of the Dealing with Feeling series, looks at shyness. Topics covered within the book include what it feels like to be shy, how to stop feeling shy, and how to help other people who might be feeling shy.
This picture book story explores feelings of sadness using everyday situations that children might be familiar with. This book shows different reasons why young people might be feeling sad and gives advice on how to cope with this feeling or help others who are feeling sad. Ideal for home or classroom, this book contains notes for parents and teachers with suggestions of ways to help children deal with feeling sad. Illustrated by the ever-popular and award-winning illustrator Mike Gordon, this book is part of a series of stories about feelings and emotions for 4 to 8-year-old children, which help children to understand their feelings and work out the best way to deal with them. This will boost their self-esteem and reinforce good behaviour.They support the Personal, Social and Emotional Development Area of Learning in the Early Years Foundation Stage. Other titles are: Feeling Angry, Feeling Frightened, Feeling Jealous, Feeling Shy and Feeling Worried
Each book looks at different scenarios provoked by a different set of feelings, and provides information to help them positively deal with each. Extensive research will be carried out with children and experts, with text built around their responses. In this series, difficult emotions and issues are treated seriously, sympathetically and constructively through an accessible illustrative approach.
Say Goodbye to Being Shy is a book for children who struggle with extreme to occasional shyness. Shyness is a barrier to social and academic development which can prevent children from reaching their greatest potential. Say Goodbye to Being Shy offers focused activities with clearly stated purposes designed to move children from feelings of shyness to developing competence and skill. Simple, fun activites to help kids: Accept themselves; Be assertive when necessary; Make new friends.
Have you ever felt shy with new people? Have you ever felt too nervous to join in with games at a party? Read about Mateo and Poppy, and what they did when they felt shy. This book focuses on being shy and all the feelings that this common emotion stirs up. The two stories, told from a child's point of view, help children identify and understand their feelings through everyday scenarios. Through questions for the reader, and advice, this books helps guide them, and gently teaches them how to manage or overcome shyness. With fun, engaging illustrations the book reassures young readers, providing them with vocabulary to express and understand their feelings as they grow up and encounter different situations. Supporting text for parents and teachers ensure children get the most from the books.
"In this book, readers will learn about shyness in themselves and others, how and why they feel it, how to best respond to it, and how to communicate these feelings. Social and emotional learning (SEL) concepts support growth mindset throughout, while Try This! and Grow with Goals activities at the end of the book further reinforce the content. Vibrant, full-color photos and carefully leveled text engage young readers as they learn more about states of mind, moods, and emotions. Also includes sidebars, a table of contents, glossary, index, and tips for educators and caregivers. I Feel Shy is part of Jump!'s States of Mind series"--
Skills for Self-Care, Personal Resiliency and Work-Life Balance in a Rapidly Changing World
Author: Brian Luke Seaward
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Updated to provide a modern look at the daily stessors evolving in our ever changing society, Managing Stress: Skills for Self-Care, Personal Resiliency and Work-Life Balance in a Rapidly Changing World, Tenth Edition provides a comprehensive approach to stress management, honoring the balance and harmony of the mind, body, spirit, and emotions. Referred to as the “authority on stress management” by students and professionals, this book equips readers with the tools needed to identify and manage stress while also coaching on how to strive for health and balance in these changing times. The holistic approach taken by internationally acclaimed lecturer and author Brian Luke Seaward gently guides the reader to greater levels of mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual well-being by emphasizing the importance of the mind-body-spirit connection.
This funny, charming story is the perfect way to introduce young children to being brave when they feel shy and help them find ways to feel more confident. Also included are suggestions for activities and ideas to talk through together to help children fully understand how their behaviour can impact on others. Turtle has a beautiful singing voice, but she feels far to shy to enter the talent show at school. By talking to her friends about it, she develops a way to overcome her shyness in a way that works for her. The Behaviour Matters series of picture books provide a gentle means of discussing emotions, boosting self-esteem and reinforcing good behaviour. Supports the Personal, Social and Emotional Development Area of Learning in the Early Years Foundation Stage, and is also suitable for use with children in KS1 and can be used to discuss values. Suitable for children under 5.
"This picture book helps children overcome their shyness with manageable strategies, such as preparing ahead of time for events they feel shy about, so they can learn to be more confident and comfortable around other children, as well as adults"--
Dealing with grades, bullying, friendship, parents, crushes . . . it's enough to make any teenage girl wish she could snap her fingers and make it all go away. The good news is, you almost can-except it's not 'snapping' but 'tapping'! Formally known as Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT), this revolutionary practice can help your reduce your feelings of anxiety and overwhelm, boost your confidence, and unpack the 'stress backpack' you may not even know you're carrying. In The Tapping Solution for Teenage Girls, expert EFT practitioner Christine Wheeler explains the basics of the technique (it actually involves tapping, with your fingers, on energy points on your own body, and you can do it anywhere, anytime). Then she gives you simple yet powerful instructions for tapping on common challenges such as- - Schoolwork, tests, grades, and planning for college - Appearance and body image - Dating, breakups, and dealing with sexual feelings - Divorce, siblings and blended families Throughout the book, comments from 16-year-old Cassidy, the author's teen consultant, keep it real with helpful perspectives on how this tapping thing works-and it does work! In these pages, you'll discover that a super effective tool for dealing with stress is literally at your fingertips. If you're ready to be true to yourself, stop freaking out, and keep being awesome, The Tapping Solution for Teenage Girls is the perfect solution for you!