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Steps and Stones: An Anh's Anger Story

by Gail Silver

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In this companion of Anh's Anger, Anh faces the common childhood dilemma wanting to do one thing while his friends are set on doing another. Anh finds another way to control the anger he feels when he doesn't get his way using the practice of mindfulness and the Buddhist teachings of Thich Naht Hanh. ( )
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Angry at his friends for chosing kickball over digging, Anh is revisited by Anger who demonstrates how mindful breathing can soothe and transform strong emotions. Based on teachings about mindfulness and Buddhism by Thich Nhat Hanh.

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