Feeling jealous can sometimes make you do silly things. but always remember that everyone is special-and that means you too! What do you do when your child feels jealous? In Notes for Parents at the back of the book, a child psychologist offers some helpful insights.
Each of the books in this series has been carefully designed to help children better understand their feelings, and in doing so, gain greater autonomy over their lives. Talking about feelings teaches children that it is normal to feel sad, or angry, or scared at times. With greater tolerance of painful feelings, children become free to enjoy their world, to feel secure in their abilities, and to be happy.
Author: Trace Moroney