Everyone Feels Angry Sometimes Book
Kids will learn core emotions management skills as they navigate their expressions of anger
Anger can erupt like lava if we let it bubble inside us. But voices are not for yelling and hands are not for hitting just because we feel like a volcano inside! Everyone Feels Angry Sometimes teaches mindfulness for kids and how to prevent a little spot of anger or a little spot of frustration from escalating into a full-blown tantrum.
One of the best self-help books for children that teaches the 4 levels of anger
It's not healthy for a child's inner angry ninja to reach the breaking point where they'll resort to kicking, screaming, and breaking things. That's why in Everyone Feels Angry Sometimes, the 4 levels of anger teaches emotional self-regulation for kids so that they can assess how they're feeling and take action to avoid reaching their breaking point.
Written by a child psychologist to help provide kids with calming coping mechanisms
Dr. Daniela Owen, Ph.D., assistant professor of clinical psychology at UC Berkeley, can help your child remain calm and positive with a tool kit of science-backed coping mechanisms when they begin to feel their body warm up and start raising their voices.
Dr. Daniela Owen is on a mission to help children reach their full potential by giving them the practical tools and lessons they need to manage their emotional well-being. Her books have helped thousands of children boost confidence, self-esteem, and a calming mind like Everyone Feels Anxious Sometimes, Everyone Feels Sad Sometimes, Right Now I Am Fine, Right Now I Am Kind, and Right Now I Am Brave.
- Recommended for ages 4+
- 56 pages
- Publication date: July 1, 2021