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It's never too late!

Learn now and teach the children in your life.  This curriculum is geared towards children 4 to  12 but anyone can learn from it.  Its basic principles make it clear for any age and since it is created for younger children, you can use it to teach them  the skills and tools they need while learning yourself.  Of course, utilizing the skills and embodying  these principles will make your example the best teaching tool there is!

Children learn to…


  • Know that it’s okay to have ALL their feelings!
  • Notice and be aware when they are having a feeling
  • Identify /name the feeling
  • Recognize the difference between feelings and behavior
Children learn:


  • They are not their feelings/emotions.
  • A feeling can come in and move out…it is not who they are.
  • To FEEL their feelings – allowing the feeling  to move through rather than take over.
  • Feelings are safe and manageable.
  • First of three tools: 1st….how they can choose a feeling.

Children continue:



  • Practicing their first tool
  • working with their second tool for choosing a feeli
Children learn to:


  • Use their third tool….
  • Recognize and identify their personal boundaries
  • Recognize and identify where their personal boundaries are and how they change
Children learn teq13o:

  • Notice the difference between their feelings and another person’s feelings.
  • Honor their own feelings when they are different from another person’s.
  • Have compassion for another person’s feelings while honoring their own.
Cheq1ildren learn empathy:

  • To feel what it’s like to be something or someone other than themselves.
  • To understand that we each have different perspectives and feelings.