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Jun 21, 2022

If you’re one of those sensitive people out there, congratulations – you’re about to learn what an incredible superpower it is. This week’s guest is Katie Abey, author of the new children’s book We Feel Happy, which helps children explore their feelings. As a sensitive person herself, Katie is aware of some of the challenges that can bring, and her book is designed to help children learn more about their feelings and how to embrace them. And the great new is – it works for adults, too!

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • Why it’s important for children to learn to identify and embrace their feelings.
  • How parents and other adults can help on this journey.
  • How Katie uses art to help others “be proud of their weirdness.”
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