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It’s not easy being a kid nowadays. Children are exposed to more and more negative news than I remember dealing with as a child many moons ago. Because of that, it’s important to help them find a way to manage negativity, their emotions, and to help them find a way to stay positive overall. Today we bring you a new printable dedicated to that.
This is another resource from the My Feelings Journal produced by Trigger Publishing. Check out the other posts and printables we have created with these great resources as inspiration at the end of the post.
Teaching our kids how to stay positive is an essential skill that they will carry with them throughout their life. Having the right coping mechanisms not only helps them in the long run, but also helps them in the present day.
This activity can be practiced in different ways. You can sit with your child and discuss coping mechanisms and give them ideas on ways to stay positive. Or if your kids are a bit older you can let them fill out the printable on their own and discuss the ideas later. Either way, being involved in sharing and discussing these ways to stay positive with your child is essential.
We hope that you can put this activity to practice with your kids and help them find better ways to cope with their feelings. Download the printable below!
We hope that you print this post and fill it out with your kids. It’s a great tool to help your kids keep positive. We have more resources for you that you may like, check them out:
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