SUMMARY SITTING STILL LIKE A FROG BY ELINE SNEL

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Summary Sitting Still Like A Frog By Eline Snel

Author : Mathias Blinc
ISBN : 1545132992
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Do you want to teach your children the concept and practice of mindfulness? "Sitting Still Like a Frog" is an innovative book that helps children cultivate the presence of body, mind, and heart. It does so in a playful, fun, and easy-to-understand way that children will appreciate. Modern-day life continues to become more complex and fast-paced by the minute. If you want to make sense of it, you need to ground yourself in the present. It is good to teach your kids the concept and practice of mindfulness. It is even better to start training them while they are young. This e book helps you introduce mindfulness meditation to your kids. You can train your kids to keep calm, remain focused, fall asleep without any difficulty, stop worrying, manage their anger, and cultivate patience and awareness.
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Suffering In Silence

Author : Donna Mac, LCPC
ISBN : 9781504339179
Genre : Education
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Selective mutism is an anxiety disorder, and it’s currently one of the most misunderstood, under-diagnosed, and undertreated mental health conditions. When children with selective mutism feel expected or pressured to speak in social situations, they become terrified. Therefore, their level of anxiety significantly increases, but by remaining silent, their anxiety level slightly decreases, obtaining some relief for themselves. For these children, remaining silent is actually an ineffective coping mechanism, or a maladapted solution to create a sense of safety within themselves. Hence, their mouths freeze, and they are silent. This is temporary relief, but longitudinally, these children suffer in silence. Due to the fact that many children will display normative shy behavior or even socially anxious behavior at times, it can be challenging to discern if the child’s behavior falls within normal limits or if the child actually demonstrates clinically significant behavior, signifying a selective mutism diagnosis. This can be confusing for parents, teachers, and even clinicians. This manual is meant to help clarify this distinction and will also assist you in figuring out how to seek help, ask the right questions, and what you can expect from early intervention services, school-based services, and holistic, therapeutic, and psychiatric services.
Category: Education