Sweet Dream: The Perfect bedtime story about 7 dolphins Love, Peace, Joy, Trust, Courage, Fun and Challenge is an evidence-based book that uses character-education traits to help your child cope and deal with any feelings of anxiety. The beautiful illustrations and easy to follow language will capture any child’s attention right away. Your child will not only enjoy the 7 dolphins that help Rona, it will also assist your child in using this mini-process to transform negative feelings that they may hold into positive ones.
Targeted Age Group:
4-9 years old
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Inbar Shahar holds a bachelor degree in Psychology with an emphasis on Mind Body Healing. She is a Certified Life Coach, Certified Journey Practitioner and Divine Healing Hands Practitioner. In 2000, Inbar embarked on a spiritual path and from that point on, she developed an enthusiasm for self-discovery, self-realization, and a desire to help others on their path. She works with people all over the world via Skype, as well as, In Person Sessions and Phone Sessions in English and Hebrew.
Children, like adults, need to learn to live with anxiety. Whether it’s new situations, change, dealing with relationships or emotions, stories of children dealing with these issues can be most helpful. In particular, dealing with competition can be very challenging for some children. This can be evident on the playing field, in achievements, and even in the home with siblings. In this story, young Rona is anxious about her next day at school. She needs tools to deal with expectations, praise and disappointments. Her cat, Fluffy helps her imagine a special experience and tells her about playful dolphins, each of which represents a basic tenet of humanity. These become her coping mechanisms for dealing with trials in her life. The dolphins teach Rona how to meditate and she learns to begin her new day with a fresh perspective. In this book, I included a mini process that can transform negative feelings the child may hold.