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  • My Feelings Have Names

    by Sheila Stewart

    series Kids Have Troubles Too
    Feelings and emotions can be confusing. Sometimes it can be hard to understand exactly what it is you are feeling, and that can be hard to deal with. For kids, feelings can be especially overwhelming. It is easy to just react without taking the time to think about what's going on and what you're really feeling. Understanding your feelings can help you figure out what to do about them and will keep ... Read more

    $9.99 AUD

  • When My Brother Went to Prison

    by Sheila Stewart

    series Kids Have Troubles Too
    For kids who have family members in prison, the emotions can be confusing and overwhelming. A person whose brother or sister—or parent—is in prison might be angry or sad or ashamed, or all these things at the same time. She might want to visit her family member, or she might be so angry she doesn't want to see him at all. Often, kids who have a relative in prison don't want to tell anybody what's ... Read more

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  • Sometimes My Mom Drinks Too Much

    by Sheila Stewart

    series Kids Have Troubles Too
    A parent drinking too much alcohol can be really scary. Your mom starts acting differently and you don't know what to expect anymore. You might worry that your mom is going to do something dangerous while she is drinking, that she might hurt somebody or herself accidentally. You might not know who you can talk to about how you feel. Even though the situation is scary, there are people who can help ... Read more

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  • I Don't Keep Secrets

    by Sheila Stewart

    series Kids Have Troubles Too
    Some secrets are good and some are bad. When somebody asks you to keep a secret about something that makes you feel uncomfortable, you might not know what to do. Should you keep the secret because the person is your friend, or a member of your family, or someone older than you that you like and respect? Or should you tell someone like a parent or teacher? You might feel like you are betraying a ... Read more

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  • I Like Me

    by Sheila Stewart

    series Kids Have Troubles Too
    How do you feel about yourself? It's natural to have doubts and fears, and to worry that you aren't doing perfectly, but it's also important to really like who you are. Sometimes, people feel badly about themselves because they think they aren't as pretty or as smart or as talented as another person. But nobody is going to be perfect. Nobody is going to be the best and the best looking all the ... Read more

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  • When My Sister Got Sick

    by Sheila Stewart

    series Kids Have Troubles Too
    When a child becomes seriously ill, everybody in the family deals with the situation differently, and the challenges are different for each person. If you have sister or brother who is sick, you might feel left out, angry, scared, helpless, and abandoned. These feelings are all to be expected, and they don't make you a bad person. Having your brother or sister get sick is hard on your whole family ... Read more

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  • A Place Called Dead

    by Sheila Stewart

    series Kids Have Troubles Too
    Death is scary for everyone, and not just kids. When someone you love dies, you are likely to have a whole lot of different feelings and reactions. You might not believe it's true, you might be really angry, or you might want to cry all the time. All those reactions are normal. It's never easy to deal with death, and it's not easy to know how to talk to someone else who's dealing with it. Some ... Read more

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  • When Life Makes Me Mad

    by Sheila Stewart

    series Kids Have Troubles Too
    Life doesn't always go the way you want it to. You mess up, people let you down, and things don't work out. Anger is a normal response, but it's not always the best one. When you get angry, sometimes you lose control, and that doesn't help anything—in fact, a lot of times it makes things worse. Learning how to stay calm when you are angry can help you stay in control of the situation. You won't ... Read more

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  • I Live in Two Homes

    Adjusting to Divorce and Remarriage

    by Sheila Stewart

    series Kids Have Troubles Too
    Divorce and remarriage are fairly common today, but for the kids whose family structure is changing around them it is never easy. Kids adjusting to their parents divorcing or remarrying sometimes feel like they are the only ones who have ever felt the things they are feeling. It can be very hard for kids to adjust to having their parents live in separate houses or to getting used to a new ... Read more

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  • When My Dad Lost His Job

    by Sheila Stewart

    series Kids Have Troubles Too
    If your dad loses his job (or your mom loses hers), it might not mean much to you at first. Parents have jobs, and kids don't always think a lot about them. But having a parent lose a job can bring changes you weren't expecting. Suddenly, your family is trying to save money and you can't afford everything you'd been used to. Maybe your family has to move to a smaller house, or get a cheaper car. ... Read more

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  • When Daddy Hit Mommy

    by Sheila Stewart

    series Kids Have Troubles Too
    When parents fight, it can be very scary for kids, especially if one parent is hitting or hurting the other. Kids in this situation often don't know what to do, whether to tell someone or keep the abuse a secret. It is especially confusing because the child usually loves both parents and then has conflicting and confusing feelings about what is going on in their home. Kids living in an abusive ... Read more

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