Sadness can make us feel like a big, dark cloud is hovering above us. But it's okay to feel sad. We may feel sad because we feel left out or someone we love is sick. Just know that you will be okay and that you have the power to change how you feel. In Everyone Feels Sad Sometimes, children will learn powerful happiness triggers that will help them process any big feelings.Sunnier Skies are ahead with practical mood-boosting tricks that help alleviate children's sadness
When sadness is at your door, know that it's okay to not be okay. Sometimes the best thing to do when we're sad is to focus on activities that bring us a little spot of happiness and switch our thoughts into something positive. Remember that kindness starts with you and that even if something very sad happened, you still deserve compassion and joy for yourself.Written by a leading child psychologist to help empower kids process and manage their sadness
Dr. Daniela Owen, Ph.D., assistant professor of clinical psychology at UC Berkeley, can help your child become emotionally aware and gain an understanding that sadness doesn't last forever, and it can be managed. This is an essential emotional intelligence skill that every child will benefit from as they continue to grow, making this one of the best coping books for kids.Collect other books by Dr. Daniela Owen
Dr. Daniela Owen is on a mission to help children reach their full potential by giving them the practical tools and lessons they need to manage their emotional well-being. Her books have helped thousands of children boost confidence, self-esteem, and a calming mind like Everyone Feels Anxious Sometimes, Everyone Feels Angry Sometimes, Right Now I Am Fine, Right Now I Am Kind, and Right Now I Am Brave.