Feeling Frustrated:

Helps children understand and manage the difficult feelings of frustration. Joy Berry's down-to-earth approach shows children real ways to handle their frustration in different situations.

 

Being Good:

Helps children understand the importance of good behavior. Joy Berry's down-to-earth approach talks about events that may cause misbehavior and she gives specific advice and suggests actions for overcoming these events.

 

Feeling Embarrassed:

Helps children understand and manage the difficult feelings of embarrassment.

 

Being Away From Your Parents:

Helps children feel comfortable spending time away from parents. Joy Berry's down-to-earth approach shows children real situations and helps them understand why it is perfectly normal to spend time with other adults.

 

Feeling Guilty:

Helps children understand and manage the difficult feelings of guilt. Joy Berry's down-to-earth approach shows children real ways to handle their feelings of guilt in different situations and gives specific advice on actions they can take.

 

Feeling Defeated:

Helps children understand and manage the feelings of defeat. Joy Berry's down-to-earth approach defines the feelings of defeat and their causes and explains how to handle defeat in a positive way.

 

Feeling Disappointed:

Helps children understand that disappointment and frustration are part of life. Joy Berry's down-to-earth approach teaches children how to handle not getting their way all the time and offers ways to turn disappointment into a positive experience.

 

Getting Hurt :

Helps children understand the normal fear of getting hurt. Joy Berry's down-to-earth approach shows children how to deal with their fears so that they don't limit activities in their daily lives.

 

Feeling Afraid :

Helps children understand and manage the difficult emotion of fear.

 

Being Shy:

Helps children overcome their shyness by helping them to understand that feeling shy is normal and there are things they can do to make them feel better about being around a new person or situation.

 

Feeling Jealous:

Helps children understand that feeling jealous is normal, and can sometimes be productive if it leads to a necessary change.

 

Feeling Worried:

Helps children handle their anxiety by teaching them that worrying is normal, but by asking questions and learning about their fears, they can ease their worrying.

 

Feeling Inferior:

Helps children understand the feeling of inferiority. Joy Berry's down-to-earth approach stresses that everyone has things they are good at and others they are not. She also gives specific advice and suggests actions for dealing with feelings of inferiority.

 

Being Patient:

Helps children understand what patience is all about. Joy Berry's down-to-earth approach teaches children the importance of learning to wait, impulse control and the methods they can use to do so.

 

Feeling Angry :

Helps children understand and manage the difficult emotion of anger.

 

Saying No :

Helps children understand when it is appropriate and inappropriate to say No.

 

Being Fair:

Helps children understand the concept of fairness. Children are often quick to point out something they consider unfair without thinking about all the implications.

 

Accepting No :

Helps children understand and manage the difficult concept of accepting NO for an answer. Joy Berry's down-to-earth approach shows children real ways to accept no in different situations.

 

Playing With Others:

Helps children why it is sometimes difficult to play with others. Joy Berry's down-to-earth approach shows children real situations and gives specific advice about getting along with others.

 

Being Helpful:

Helps children understand and manage the concept of being helpful.

 

Needing Attention:

Helps children understand their need for attention and teaches children that they may not always be able to get the attention that they want.

 

Feeling Sad:

Helps children understand and manage the emotion of sadness.