: Can show-and-tell day be saved? It's show-and-tell day at school, and Sam and his friends are feeling lots of emotions. He wonders why he feels flippy in his tummy. And why is Alex stomping his feet? And...
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Can show-and-tell day be saved?
It's show-and-tell day at school, and Sam and his friends are feeling lots of emotions. He wonders why he feels flippy in his tummy. And why is Alex stomping his feet? And does Hudson usually have such a big grin?
After several unchecked feelings threaten to ruin the big day, Sam and his friends start to learn how to give each emotion a name and ask God to help them remember that "a feeling is just a feeling-it's not in charge of you." In a world where kids are dealing with everything from sibling rivalry to bullying, divorce to tragedy, What Am I Feeling? offers a biblically grounded way for children to verbalize their feelings, develop empathy and self-control, and understand their wonderful God-given emotions.
BONUS! Also includes a pull-out feelings chart for your wall!
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Joshua Straub,is an author, speaker, and family advocate. He has trained thousands of professionals in Critical Incident Stress Management and has used his experience and knowledge in the area of trauma to help people around the world, most notably in Rwanda recover from the 1994 genocide.
Previously, Josh served as the Senior Director of Professional Development for the AACC (American Association of Christian Counselors). He is currently assistant professor at Liberty University Online. He serves on the teaching team at Woodland Hills Family Church (Branson, MO) and is married to Christi. Together, they are the proud parents of a son and daughter - Landon and Kennedy.