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Winnie and Her Worries An Anxiety Relief Toolbox for Children and their Caretakers

"What's to worry about in this day and age?" Reena Patel has written a children's picture book that is entitled 'Winnie and Her Worries'. This children's book has a subtitle 'An Anxiety Relief Toolbox for Children and their Caretakers'. This is the story of Winnie and how she deals with her worries through the days. Winnie shares activities that she enjoys as well as what worries her. She learns how to use her coping skills to deal with various kinds of feelings that she feels. Winnie learns what she needs to do to make herself comfortable in her surroundings.

The artwork from the cover throughout the book is basic and colorful that brings out the emotions of Winnie and all involved that also includes the reader. We can all relate to what Winnie is feeling the good and the bad. This book can be used by all from the parents to the teachers, and even maybe professional therapists working with all age levels. The last two pages give the tools for all to use to stimulate awareness of what is going on with the mind and body. I have done most of these strategies with various geriatric patients with anxiety issues especially the 'Mindful Breathing' for relaxation purposes. Teachers could use these techniques when dealing with some discipline issues that ADHD children exhibit like the 'Body Scan' and 'Three Senses'. Just be AWARE!

(This review was published somewhere quite a long time ago. A lot of the reviews I plan to share here have been published on the internet but it has been as mentioned a long time as in years I believe.

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MegL wrote on February 16, 2023, 2:25 PM

People, including children, seem to worry more these days. I checked on copyscape and it did not find any copies of the first paragraph.

Last Edited: February 16, 2023, 2:26 PM

markgraham wrote on February 16, 2023, 2:28 PM

A lot of these reviews that I am sharing were originally written years ago.

MegL wrote on February 16, 2023, 2:33 PM

markgraham , you are welcome to publish on Personapaper, as long as you realise there is no payment. Personapaper does not advertise and so does not make any money.

markgraham wrote on February 17, 2023, 1:14 PM

Who knows maybe one day will once again be what it was.

MegL wrote on February 17, 2023, 6:36 PM

That would be fantastic!

markgraham wrote on February 20, 2023, 6:55 PM

If I knew all the computer laws and how do that I would do this, but I do not.