Best Selling Audio Books by Renee Jain and Shefali Tsabary

Renee Jain and Shefali Tsabary is the author of Superpowered (2022), My Self-Compassion Journal (2015), What's Right with This Picture? (2013), The Very Emotional Animal Alphabet (2015) and , Tapping for Zapping Anxiety Away (2015).

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Superpowered

release date: Jun 28, 2022
Superpowered
This New York Times and USA TODAY bestseller is the perfect tool for children facing new social and emotional challenges in an increasingly disconnected world! This how-to book from two psychology experts--packed with fun graphics and quizzes--will help kids transform stress, worry, and anxiety. Give it to fans of The Confidence Code for Girls and Raina Telgemeier's Guts. Now more than ever, kids need to feel empowered as they work through anxiety, overwhelm, and uncertainty brought on by the world around them. With its helpful, hands-on suggestions and tips, SUPERPOWERED will be embraced by every kid with insecurities, worries, and anxious thoughts. Renee Jain (founder of GoZen!) and Dr. Shefali Tsabary (New York Times bestelling author and Oprah contributor) make readers the superheroes of their own stories. They introduce a toolkit of easy-to-understand methods for recognizing anxious behaviors, identifying the root causes of worried thinking, and realizing that strength can be found in reclaiming one's inner superpowers. With the help of humorous artwork and interactive elements, readers find their P.O.W.E.R. (an acronym that inspires mindfulness and resilience practices) and gain lasting mental strength.

My Self-Compassion Journal

release date: May 26, 2015
My Self-Compassion Journal
Need a pick me up? Use this beautifully illustrated journal containing six research-inspired exercises to nurture greater self-compassion. After we face challenges and experience emotional turmoil, it's commonplace to be self-critical. In short, we are regularly beating ourselves up for our own humanity. Fortunately, we can choose a different reaction to adversity. During the trials of life, we deserve our own love and kindness. This is not about self-pity or self-indulgence, but rather, it's a form of compassion that acknowledges that we are simply human. There is mounting research that reveals that allowing ourselves to "be human" is a path to greater well-being. But even without the science, if we quiet our souls and listen to our inner voices, it is clear that self-compassion will always trump self-criticism on the journey toward living a purposeful, meaningful, and engaged life. "Self-compassion soothes the mind like a loving friend who's willing to listen to our difficulties without giving advice, until we can sort out our problems for ourselves." Kristen Neff

What's Right with This Picture?

release date: Dec 12, 2013
What's Right with This Picture?
"Don't eat so much junk!" "Study harder!" "Stop fighting with your sister!" We want the best for our kids. In the pursuit of their greatest well-being, we often take a path of rooting out "what's wrong" and fixing it. But what if living a good life goes beyond reducing the problems our children face? What if it is equally important to teach kids to seek out "what's right"? Turns out the research supports this notion. Helping our children identify, apply, and nurture their character strengths is a 21st century life skill which is associated with greater life satisfaction, engagement in school, academic success, and overall well-being. What we know is as important as it is to reduce the problems facing our children, it is equally as important to nurture what is right. In this, they have the tools to thrive and create positive connections to the larger world. "What's Right with This Picture?" is a workbook for teachers and parents to work with their kids to learn character strength vocabulary, identify character strengths in themselves and others around them, and find ways to apply strengths in their lives. This fully-illustrated workbook teaches these lessons through fun and relatable stories and activities.

The Very Emotional Animal Alphabet

release date: Jun 12, 2015
The Very Emotional Animal Alphabet
Your little ones will love this hilarious story about an ABC book trying to make its way back to its original owner, "Alex the Angry Alligator." A range of emotions will be uncovered as the book passes through the hands of characters like "Ola the Optimistic Oyster" and "Percy the Panicky Penguin." Learning to label emotions is a skill that boosts emotional intelligence and we can start exposing our kids to these "feeling" words from a young age. Flip open the book and dive into this tale about the ABCs, animals, emotions, and so much more!

Tapping for Zapping Anxiety Away

release date: Aug 15, 2015
Tapping for Zapping Anxiety Away
What if the thoughts that trigger your child's anxiety were neutralized? What if the butterflies in their stomach, the sweat on their palms, and the desperate look in their eyes for help were transformed? And what if they had the skills to affect this transformation themselves? This book provides a pathway to do just that. In this story, you'll meet Nelly Moon who gets extremely nervous before riding the bus to school. Just thinking about the bus makes Nelly jittery! Fortunately, she's befriended by a sweet alien named Neutrino who takes her on an international adventure to learn something called the Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) or tapping. Nelly uses tapping to ease her anxiety and boost her confidence. Tapping is a technique backed by mounting scientific evidence to calm the nervous system to restore balance in the mind and body. Your child can read this beautifully illustrated story and workbook to learn the simple yet powerful anxiety relief technique of tapping. Ready to get started? As Neutrino says, "Come on, youthlings, let's GoTapping!"
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