How Would You Feel?

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This book encourages readers to communicate, cope, and deal with trauma, fear, and loss. Children will learn skills for appropriately expressing their feelings though words, creating a foundation to build upon that will be just as effective in adulthood and for the rest of their lives.
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Overview

This book encourages readers to communicate, cope, and deal with trauma, fear, and loss. Children will learn skills for appropriately expressing their feelings though words, creating a foundation to build upon that will be just as effective in adulthood and for the rest of their lives.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781496909398
  • Publisher: AuthorHouse
  • Publication date: 8/4/2014
  • Pages: 24
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.06 (d)

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How Would You Feel?


By Sophia D. Moore, Rebecca Prato

AuthorHouse LLC

Copyright © 2014 Sophia D. Moore
All rights reserved.
ISBN: 978-1-4969-0939-8


CHAPTER 1

Mildred said, "I get scared when I hear noises, squeaks, and things that go bump in the night!"

"How would you feel?" asked Mildred.

Sebastian said, "I miss my grandmother, and it makes me very sad because she's gone."

"How would you feel?" asked Sebastian.

Gabriella said, "I feel angry because she called me a name and hit me."

"How would you feel?" asked Gabriella.

Sophia D. Moore's How Would

You Feel? will help children

learn how to express and

cope with their feelings and emotions

when faced with challenges

in their daily life experiences.


* * *


There are three friends who sit together every day for lunch. They often talk about their feelings. Today, let us be a friend too and listen to Mildred, Sebastian, and Gabriella use their words to talk about their feelings.

"Hello, my name is Mildred. I was so scared of sleeping in the dark. I got nervous and horrified because I heard noises, squeaks, and things that went bump in the night! Oh, how I missed my night light. How would you feel?"

"One night, I got out of bed and turned on the light," said Mildred. "I saw that nothing and nobody was in my room. I looked out my window, and to my surprise, it was a tree branch hitting my window pane. I feel proud that it's no longer scary for me to sleep in the dark."

Sebastian said, "One day, my life changed because my grandmother died. She got sick and went to the hospital and never came home. My mom told me that she died and went to heaven. I was very sad and hurt. I cried and cried, but nobody knew that I cried; mostly it was on the inside.

They didn't know how lonely and confused I felt. How would you feel?"

Sebastian said, "My grandmother wrote me a letter and put it in my journal. This will help me to remember her always. When I'm sad and missing her, the letter makes me feel very happy!"

Gabriella said, "Someone called me names and hit me. The person told me not to tell. I was afraid and angry. I felt miserable because it was wrong! How would you feel? "I went to school one day, and my guidance counselor taught us a song. It went like this ..."

Time for guidance
Time for guidance
Talking about our feelings
Talking about our feelings
Expressing ourselves
Expressing ourselves.

"That song made me feel confident. One day, I decided to be assertive. You know, standing up for myself and telling people who do things to me that are wrong that I don't like it! I will say, 'Stop it. I don't like it!' If that doesn't work, I will tell someone or get help. You try it. Say, 'Stop it ... I don't like it!' See! I knew you could do it! I am very proud of you! Good job! Way to go! You are awesome!"

Mildred said, "My mom and dad used to argue sometimes. It made me nervous and confused. They use to love each other very much. What if they don't love me the same anymore? How would you feel?"


(Continues...)

Excerpted from How Would You Feel? by Sophia D. Moore, Rebecca Prato. Copyright © 2014 Sophia D. Moore. Excerpted by permission of AuthorHouse LLC.
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