In this book you first experience the concepts and strategies, then think about what you learned. Consider keeping a journal. Writing about your experiences adds an important dimension and later reading what you wrote adds a second. The experiences of others are often included, which adds a third.
The experiences can be done alone or in a group. If you have the opportunity, try both and notice the differences.
Use good judgment. If you are asked to do something that doesn’t feel right move on, perhaps to try another day.
1. Your Children, Adult, Parent
3. The joys of stamp collecting
4. Fairy tale power
5. At the end of the day