Please, Tell Me Where It Hurts
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This little book of FEELINGS is an open door to intimate conversations with young children This book is a gem I love the congruence between the visuals and the words The gentle voice of the narration eases young children into accepting feelings as normal and offers useful ways of expressing what you feel The message the child will be loved no matter what is vitally important In this sense the book is also a coaching text I strongly recommend PLEASE TELL ME WHERE IT HURTS to all parents and teachers Cheryl McKenzie Cook Educator EQ Emotional Intelligence Practitioner and Trainer PLEASE TELL ME WHERE IT HURTS is a beautiful and gentle invitation into consciously experiencing our vulnerability which is the gateway to our real strength The text is inspiring and reassuring and the illustrations are wonderfully scaled and evoke a feeling of being embraced So no matter what the feelings there is a sense of an attending safety and always being loved It s a stunning piece of work with a potent message that is supported by a cozy feeling most appropriate for toddlers Ann Marie Ahye Yoga Meditation teacher and creator of Mindful Yoga DVD and Travelling Inward relaxation CD www innerfeeling com and www energeticpresence blogspot com
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