[BOOKS] ⚦ The Mindful Child ✰ Susan K. Greenland – Playutopia.us

The Mindful Child The Techniques Of Mindful Awareness Have Helped Millions Of Adults Reduce Stress In Their Lives Now, Children Who Are Under Pressure Than Ever Before Can Learn To Protect Themselves With These Well Established Methods Adapted For Their Ages Based On A Program Affiliated With UCLA, The Mindful Child Is A Groundbreaking Book, The First To Show Parents How To Teach These Transformative Practices To Their Children.Mindful Awareness Works By Enabling You To Pay Closer Attention To What Is Happening Within You Your Thoughts, Feelings, And Emotions So You Can Better Understand What Is Happening To You The Mindful Child Extends The Vast Benefits Of Mindfulness Training To Children From Four To Eighteen Years Old With Age Appropriate Exercises, Songs, Games, And Fables That Susan Kaiser Greenland Has Developed Over Than A Decade Of Teaching Mindful Awareness To Kids These Fun And Friendly Techniques Build Kids Inner And Outer Awareness And Attention, Which Positively Affects Their Academic Performance As Well As Their Social And Emotional Skills, Such As Making Friends, Being Compassionate And Kind To Others, And Playing Sports, While Also Providing Tools To Manage Stress And To Overcome Specific Challenges Like Insomnia, Overeating, ADHD, Hyper Perfectionism, Anxiety, And Chronic Pain When Children Take A Few Moments Before Responding To Stressful Situations, They Allow Their Own Healthy Inner Compasses To Click In And Guide Them To Become Thoughtful, Resilient, And Empathetic The Step By Step Process Of Mental Training Presented In The Mindful Child Provides Tools From Which All Children And All Families Will Benefit.

[BOOKS] ⚦ The Mindful Child  ✰ Susan K. Greenland – Playutopia.us
  • Paperback
  • 240 pages
  • The Mindful Child
  • Susan K. Greenland
  • English
  • 08 May 2018
  • 1416583009

    10 thoughts on “[BOOKS] ⚦ The Mindful Child ✰ Susan K. Greenland – Playutopia.us


  1. says:

    This is a new topic for me, but I was inspired by a workshop I attended that included mindful practices There s a lot to sink into here and I do believe that it truly works, but I have a hard time convincing myself I can turn this into reality with my own children For example this morning I must have appeared frustrated to my four year old son as I chased his younger brother down to get ready for school He told me, Mom, take a deep breath That s what you tell me to do So I did And it he This is a new topic for me, but I was inspired by a workshop I attended that included mindful practices There s a lot to sink into here and I do believe that it truly works, but I have a hard time convincing myself I can turn this into reality with my own children For example this morning I must have appeared frustrated to my four year old son as I chased his younger brother ...


  2. says:

    This is one of those books that will stay on my bookshelf as a reference for a long time I won t go on too long about it, but it, along with many other books I m currently looking at on mindfulness, have really helped shape the way I interact with my own children I don t raise my voice and yell at them from the other room, I go in to them, on their level, and calmly help them resolve issues And, holy moly, it works One recent anecdote my two children were fighting over something we ll call This is one of those books that will stay on my bookshelf as a reference for a long time I won t go on too long about it, but it, along with many other books I m currently looking at on mindfulness, have really helped shape the way I interact with my own children I don t raise my voice and yell at them from the other room, I go in to them, on their level, and calmly help them resolve issues And, holy moly, it works One recent anecdote my two children were fighting over something we ...


  3. says:

    I wanted to read this book because Gabriel was having trouble separating to go to school last year and we wanted as much info as possible to help us out His return to school this fall has been much easier and better for all of us althoughI do anticipate that he will struggle again when he enters kindergarten in a new school come september Anyway, the first half of this book well, maybe first third is pretty good with lots of ideas and such I do have to admit that I slogged through the last I wanted to read this book because Gabriel was having trouble separating to go to school last year and we wanted as much info as possible to help us out His return to school this fall has been much easier and better for all of us althoughI do anticipate that he will struggle again when he enters kindergarten in a new school come september Anyway, the first half of this book well, maybe first third is pretty good with lots of ideas and such I do have to...


  4. says:

    There are some good tips in here for incorporating mindfulness training with your kids, but it reads a bit dry andlike a reference manual for someone looking to teach a mindfulness class to a group of children rather than parents looking for simple strategies to use with thei...


  5. says:

    Practical Straightforward and useful for children AND adults.Not all techniques work all the time but the book is full of enough exercises and tips to give you options to try.Easy and quick read.


  6. says:

    This book explores a wonderful possibility for helping children with a multitude of problems mindfulness It requires a lot of effort, but I am optimistic about the possibilities I have gained from reading this boo...


  7. says:

    Will have to revise this after trying some of it out, but it is an interesting approach Some geared to groups of kids, but some applicable to me and my kids.


  8. says:

    This book is direct, useful, and clear It gives activities to use with many different age groups Well worth the purchase.


  9. says:

    I am all about mindfulness right now I hope I can stick with it Not only am I engaging in mindful practices, I am getting the kids to as well.This book is a great resource for both parents and teachers I actually think it might benefit teachers , a...


  10. says:

    I ve been hearing stories like this one and thought my kids would probably benefit from something similar at their school, but it s not something their school is doing So I got this to see if there were things we could do at home that might be helpful.It assumes the reader is interested in perhaps already an avid enthusiast of mindfulness and meditation for his or herself In other words, it s not for hypocrites, which I respect What s good for the gosling, etc., etc But it s not a good f I ve been hearing stories like this one and thought my kids would probably benefit from something similar at their school, but it s not something their school is doing So I got this to see if there were things ...

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