Being Happy...

A Kid's Guide To Understanding Mindfulness (Staying Awesome!) (Volume 3)

Children - Social Issues
44 Pages
Reviewed on 04/29/2015
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Reviewed by Vernita Naylor for Readers' Favorite

Being Happy: A Kid's Guide To Understanding Mindfulness (Staying Awesome!) (Volume 3) by Tracy Bryan is a how-to-guide to help kids and preteens learn how to not only get in touch with their emotions, but to better understand the world around them. Tracy helps the youth to understand themselves by introducing the essence of mindfulness. Mindfulness is learning how to be in the moment of your being. Everything about your being must be in tune in order to effectively deal with the now.

Being Happy: A Kid's Guide To Understanding Mindfulness (Staying Awesome!) (Volume 3) by Tracy Bryan is a great tool for children because I believe with so much going on around them, especially with technology, they need the resources to help them to become more well-rounded individuals. With technology, they are unaware of their surroundings because they are so fixated on the technological tools that they are engaging with. However, if they begin to adapt the principles of Being Happy: A Kid's Guide To Understanding Mindfulness, they will begin to master the essence of conflict resolutions, forgiveness, self-judgment, empathy and compassion to tap more into mindfulness and to better understand themselves and effectively interact with others. Being Happy by Tracy Bryan is ideal for kids, preteens, teachers, parents and anyone that wants to help our youth become more well-rounded. Learning the essence of mindfulness is also important for everyone to experience.