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Grounding Mindfulness in Picture Books

Practicing Mindfulness

When your young child is upset, her feelings can be overwhelming. The inner turmoil she’s feeling can be scary and disorienting. Emotions are confusing. They are abstract—you can’t hold them or see them—but also they cause physical changes in the body. They can seem mysterious, manipulative and powerful. When your child is upset, taking steps to move away from emotion and connect with the concrete world around her can give her brain time to process those feelings.

Practicing Mindfulness As a Family

Practicing Mindfulness

Family life is hectic. Chaotic, even: People living together with different personalities, schedules, needs and interests. Juggling meals, laundry, appointments, lessons, pets and time together can leave us feeling frazzled and disconnected. Building mindfulness into your family’s experience can reduce your stress level and allow you to connect with each other in a restorative way.

Emptying the Emotional Backpack

Practicing Mindfulness

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In our bookstore, you’ll find additional kid-friendly books and resources to help your child practice mindfulness.

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Read More about Stress & Anxiety

At Magination Press Family: Stress & Anxiety in Kids, you’ll find helpful, reliable guidance from the experts at APA, including trustworthy information about anxiety, as well as a catalog of books published by Magination Press that specifically address stress and anxiety in a kid-friendly manner.

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Getting the help of a trained, licensed professional may be the best thing for your child. The APA’s Psychologist Locator can help you locate a therapist in your area.

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