Victoria's aim is to empower ordinary people to achieve strong personal growth. Here we meet her and learn why she needed to adapt traditional therapeutic practices to rebuild the weak, broken woman that she saw in the mirror. She introduces to the reader these hard hitting and effective practices and demonstrates how they can be used to release limiting beliefs and create emotional freedom.
This book is the bottom line of how to improve your life. It is a rewrite of the original book written in 1994 as well as additions in synopsis form of all the models that that have been developed in Emotionology over the years. This has been a series of books that help with personal change that hold the keys to how our brain/mind/body work together. We now have a complete manual of change.
Avery is jealous of her little sister Maggie, and she takes out these bad feelings not only on Maggie, but on Nana and Granddaddy. After apologizing to her grandmother, they discuss how sometimes we can’t control our jealousy, but we can control our reactions to them. We can control how we treat others.
This collection of poems, #4 in the Moving Into: Poems to Ponder Series, covers the gamut of emotions. In an often witty and entertaining way, they normalize and legitimize even your bad feelings – like anger. Your path through this maze becomes clearer as you ponder these poems; you will begin to befriend and embrace your emotions. Whatever you don't fully feel now, will come back to haunt you.
Bertie the gardener is happy with his life, so is Oscar - his dog. However, this happiness turns to discontent when Bertie sees George looking ‘important’ in his new bowler hat. Bertie wants one just like it, so that he can look important too. Consequently, he hangs up his comfy old hat and that’s when his adventure begins.
This book is my favorite book because it took the best from my thoughts and feelings and as a reflection shown into these pages to enjoy and let it know to everyone which like them all. But also it tell that I have to have courage and be honest to demonstrate here -without shy- what are my very deep emotions and my real feels, which come out in the forms of nicest poems.
A small collection of poems a young boy put together over the years, his thoughts and emotions come tofether to channel deep thoughts and the complexity of his relationships and dreams are displayed for readers to bear witness to so that everyone can see that no one is alone and every is alike in their feelings.
My book, “How are you feeling?” talks about the various feelings and emotions that kids might experience.
I wrote and illustrated this book when I was 5 years and 10 months old.
I hope all children enjoy reading this book.