In addition to joy and happiness, sorrow, worries, and disappointment are also a part of life and the force of these feelings can vary a lot. With the help of an adult, children can learn to talk about their worries and to deal with disappointment.
Worries expressed by someone else should always be taken seriously. When you are facing adversity, it is important to think about the mental resources and coping skills you have at your disposal. The more coping skills you have, the easier it will be to endure even large crises.
The Dealing with worries -poster is designed for child health clinic- and early education professionals to be used with children and adults. The poster can also be used within the work community for discussion.
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