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A Little Book of Feelings

A Little Book of Feelings

Atlanta Blount


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A Little Book of Feelings by Atlanta Blount is an educational resource that highlights the importance of identifying and responding to feelings in healthy ways. By way of definition, a feeling is our internal response to how we understand and interpret a situation. As humans, our experience of emotion connects us. We all have both comfortable and uncomfortable feelings, but it is the uncomfortable feelings that can make life challenging. Through verbal/visual learning and experiential skill building, Atlanta provides the necessary groundwork and tools to navigate our relationship with emotional discomfort. The benefits of developing emotional awareness and implementing regulation skills include improved mental health, resilience, connectedness, performance, and overall well-being. The journey of emotional growth is a process, you need to feel it to heal it!

ISBN : 978-1-83934-838-9

Published: 30/05/2024

Pages : 52

Size : 234x156

Imprint : Bumblebee Books

Atlanta Blount

Atlanta Blount lives in Naarm (Melbourne), Australia. She is a mental health social worker with a career spanning the community safety and forensics field within Naarm (Melbourne) and Garramilla (Darwin). A Little Book of Feelings is her first children's educational book. Atlanta is passionate about early intervention and creating opportunity for children to develop emotional regulation skills to improve mental health, self-awareness, resilience, connection with others, and increase healthy behaviour. Atlanta highlights the importance of celebrating diversity, inclusivity and creating an equitable society.

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