Somebodyness: An Activity Book to Help Kids (ages 8-12) Improve Their Self-Confidence
Is your child a little down on her/himself? Maybe other kids have laughed at them or made them feel small. Its easy for kids to let these things get to them and make them feel unimportant. Kids care very much about what others think. While multiple people may tell them they're wonderful, it's the negative thoughts that often stick. Somebodyness helps parents guide their children through the tricky landscape of self-esteem and helps kids learn to look beyond the negative opinions of others and start to build a positive image. Through art therapy writing exercises, your child will learn how to use their strengths, and even their weaknesses; to focus on them when developing goals and interacting with the world. Activities include learning to distinguish warm fuzzies from cold pricklies, how to develop strategies for navigating negative situations that might happen in the future, and connecting with the things that make kids feel good about themselves.
Somebodyness is written by school counselor and parent Erainna Winnett, Ed.S., who uses her twenty years of working with children ages 6 to 12 to help parents deal with the difficult issues children face in the 21st century.
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