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Relationship Navigators: A Creative Approach…

Relationship Navigators: A Creative Approach to Managing Emotions (edition 2018)

by Maria Mercé Conangla (Author)

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Title:Relationship Navigators: A Creative Approach to Managing Emotions
Authors:Maria Mercé Conangla (Author)
Info:Schiffer (2018), Edition: 1, 64 pages
Collections:Your library
Tags:Emotions, relationships, mindfulness

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Relationship Navigators: A Creative Approach to Managing Emotions by Maria Mercé Conangla

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Feelings Forecasters/ Relationship Navigators by Maria Mercé Conangla & Jaume Soler is comprised of five chapters teaching children about 'emotional ecology’. The lessons teach children how to recognise what they are feeling, what it might mean, and how to handle it, along with the consequences of remaining blind to your denser emotions and what they are trying to tell you. Each chapter has a series of exercises, each with reflection questions and considerations. The beginning of each chapter also has lessons on environmental ecology that are relevant to the chapter topics. I like the use of weather and weather protection imagery of Feelings Forecasters, and the nature inspired imagery of Relationship Navigators. Even though those aren't my first analogy choice, they are good ones, and imagery of any kind is how the subconscious learns and works best. If we want lasting change, it has to come from there, not our conscious thinking. These are clearly books for teachers, rather than ones to be read by children themselves. That being the case, a little more guidance for the teacher may be helpful. Unless the teacher is a psychologist, or exceptionally skilled at emotional intelligence, they are likely to stumble while helping kids with some tasks since many adults are not savvy to their own emotional undercurrents either. I wasn't a huge fan of the artwork. It's not a style that really resonated with me.

***Many thanks to Netgalley & Schiffer Publishing for providing an ecopy in exchange for a fair and honest review. ( )
  PardaMustang | Feb 11, 2019 |
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