With Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, food allergies and other auto-immune conditions on the rise, so many parents and their children find themselves struggling to manage emotions that can be intense, challenging and confusing. Clinical psychologists Judith M. Glasser, PhD, and Kathleen Nadeau, PhD, offer us Learning to Feel Good and Stay Cool: Emotional Regulation Tools for Kids With AD/HD.
Monthly Archive: March 2014
I’m honored to share that Food Allergy Research & Education has included writing from an article I wrote–What My Son Taught Me About Food Allergy Awareness: Think “A-E-I-O-U”–in its latest newsletter! After learning an invaluable lesson at FARE’s walk to “say FAREwell” to food allergies last fall, I started thinking about food allergy awareness in terms of A-E-I-O-U: Awareness, Education, Inclusion, Outreach and Understanding.
In a fast-paced world where parents type away on iPhones and families rush from one activity to the next, Visiting Feelings is a beautifully illustrated book that takes children on a magical journey and invites them to stop and take a breath. How are they feeling? Lauren Rubenstein’s easy-to-read rhyming verses are catchy and fun. She gently encourages children to recognize, listen to, feel and explore their emotions. Check out my book review!
I’m going to be honest with you. Not that I haven’t been in my past posts, but I’m going to share some feelings that I haven’t shared before: On many days, managing food allergies feels like I’m walking a tightrope. It’s true. A tightrope over what? So many things. But it’s a tightrope. Other days it turns into a balance beam…