books written to help readers with life's many obstacles
Panic: One Man's Struggle with Anxiety
Join the author on his journey from anxiety and panic to self-understanding and acceptance.
by Harry Floyd
Anxiety and panic are a part of life for almost everyone. They can come without warning, and for many people, facing and overcoming these conditions can be a lifelong battle. In Panic, author Harry Floyd shares his own struggle with anxiety in an effort to guide others who suffer with this often debilitating condition. To combat anxiety in his own life, for years he explored myriad approaches and treatments, including counseling, medication, behavioral techniques, meditation, and spiritual practices, all of which he shares in these pages. Join Harry on his personal journey from anxiety and the paralysis of panic, to self-understanding and acceptance.
Among other topics, Panic discusses:
- Anticipation and its role in anxiety
- How to react when anxiety strikes
- Understanding the life cycle of a panic attack
- Trying new habits to combat the condition
- Trusting oneself
- How openness can make a difference
Smashwords ebook available here ($3.99)
How Do I Feel Today?
Processing emotions can be tough, but this book helps kids learn to work through it!
written by Krystal "Kay" D. Allyn
illustrated by Jen Williamson
Children often struggle to fully understand their feelings. Anger, sadness, fear, embarrassment, nervousness are complicated, and for many children these emotions are new and unfamiliar. Often, behavioral and emotional challenges occur when children simply do not know how to appropriately respond to these new feelings. Written in a rhyming and fun tone for young readers, How Do I Feel Today? is designed to help adults talk with the special children in their lives to help them understand, identify, and appropriately respond to their feelings. This furthers a child’s ability to self-regulate their emotions and actions, and deal with their feelings in the best way.
Because You Are Polite at the Dining Table
A playful reminder of the dos and don'ts of dining with others for young readers.
written and illustrated by Ginger Johnston Philbrick
Because you’re polite, you know that the table is not where your elbows should rest.
Just suppose that your elbow feels warm and you see that it’s in the cream soup of a guest!
Because You Are Polite at the Dining Table is a playful reminder of the dos and don'ts of dining with others. From practicing patience to being gracious about trying new foods, the advice of etiquette guide Ginger Philbrick is relevant to dinner guests of all ages. Find out how good manners can open doors to new friendships and inspire new experiences!