I Feel Better Now
Tommy is going through rough times, navigating life during a pandemic, with all the social isolation and physical distancing the pandemic necessitates. His classes are online. He misses playing with his friends, hugging his teacher, and is worried about his sick grandma whom he is not even allowed to visit. His life has been an emotional roller coaster of sadness, anger, hopelessness, loneliness, and fear.
When his older sister Alia notices her little brother suffering, she takes him on an outdoor adventure around town and teaches him mindfulness practices to help him feel better.
I Feel Better Now is a simple, easy to read, act-along story to introduce basic mindfulness activities to young children in order to teach them skills to help them cope with life’s struggles and challenging emotions.