Happy, Healthy Minds: A Children’s Guide to Emotional Wellbeing
Everyone struggles with their mental health sometimes, including (and perhaps especially) kids. But sadly, many kids don’t really have the tools or even the language needed to understand why they struggle with these things. Children may not be able to fully articulate what anxiety is, or why their changing body makes them uncomfortable, or how anger makes them feel and why it’s such a struggle to control it.
Happy, Healthy Minds is an excellent book for kids, starting at perhaps age eight or nine, which delves into a wide range of important topics and breaks them down for easier comprehension. Kids will get a better understanding of why their minds work the way they do; why school can feel so challenging, even beyond math or reading; why they love screens but their parents do not; why it can feel so difficult to make and maintain friendships; why bullies might act the way they do; and numerous other ideas.
These are all subjects that kids might not feel comfortable discussing with an adult, and all things that are important to understand in order to build a strong, healthy mind. This fantastic book belongs on every child’s bookshelf.
|Author||The School of Life|
|Page Count||176 pages|
|Publisher||School of Life Press|
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|Category||Parenting & Families|
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