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The Blinks - Shy by Andrea ChattenThe Blinks – Shy

Nazim has always been shy but the older he gets, the more he begins to hate his shyness.  It makes him lack in confidence and leaves it difficult for him to make eye contact, which means he feels awkward around others. His shyness dominates all his thoughts and behaviours which are overwhelming and the bigger the problem gets for him, the less he talks. Then he decides not to talk at all. Time for some Blink intervention!

Blink 24399 Colin Confidence sees a need to help Nazim and teaches him to see his shyness as a special quality that should be celebrated in this loud and fast world. On his journey, Nazim learns many things about himself. He is given tips to help him manage his own shyness at difficult times, and this helps to make his life better all round.  Along the way, Colin Confidence is surprised to experience a few things he didn’t even plan for!

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The Blinks – Shy Manual

The Blinks novels have been created to help children, young people and their families understand emotional and behavioural issues. More so, they provide strategies and techniques to help manage and change the intensity and duration of problematic behaviours over time. This supportive booklet accompanies the book ‘The Blinks – Shy’ written specifically for children and those in their early teens.

It provides a deeper understanding of the psychology of shyness for parents, carers and teachers, and how shyness can impact on other developmental issues and all other emotions. It also provides lots of ‘top tips’ on what works best for children and young people whilst growing up and some activity questions that can be used as a starting point to initiate emotive dialogue or discussion with children.

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sad-websiteThe Blinks – Sad

Shan is a normal girl in many ways, who has a normal life, but one thing Shan has which many other children don’t is buckets and buckets of sadness. Over time Shan has managed to collect many sad memories which replay constantly in her mind and make her feel sad. Things start to get more difficult when one day at school, when given a very important job, Shan makes a serious wrong choice and is found out by one of her classmates.

Shan feels so sad and worried that she becomes ill and hides away in bed, unable to face going to school. Thankfully, Marlowe Mindful sees Shan as someone who is ready for Blinks’ support and begins the process of helping her understand her sadness and how to change her feelings for the better.

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sad-manual-webThe Blinks – Sad Manual

The Blinks novels have been created to help children, young people and their families understand emotional and behavioural issues. More so, they provide strategies and techniques to help manage and change the intensity and duration of problematic behaviours over time. This supportive booklet accompanies the book ‘The Blinks – Sad’ written specifically for children and those in their early teens.

It provides a deeper understanding of the psychology of sadness for parents, carers and teachers, and how sadness can impact on other developmental issues and all other emotions. It also provides lots of ‘top tips’ on what works best for children and young people whilst growing up and some activity questions that can be used as a starting point to initiate emotive dialogue or discussion with children.

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The Blinks – Self-Esteemself-esteem

Bladen and Tim are twins who have spent many years being unkind to each other. This has not helped them develop very positive feelings about themselves. Their low self-esteem has affected their confidence, friendships, who they believe they are and their happiness.

Things have been difficult for many years, but then the unthinkable happens and Bladen and Tim think that it is their fault. This makes them like themselves even less. Larry Love-Who-You-Are recognises this difficult situation and works hard to help the twins and himself overcome some very personal challenges.

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The Blinks – Self-Esteem Manual

The Blinks books were created to help children, young people, and their families understand emotional and behavioural issues. More so, they provide strategies and techniques to help manage and change the intensity and duration of problematic behaviours over time.

This supportive booklet accompanies the novel ‘The Blinks – Self-Esteem’ written specifically for children and those in their early teens. It provides a deeper understanding of the psychology of low self-esteem for parents, carers and teachers, and how this can impact on other developmental issues and all other emotions. It also provides lots of ‘top tips’ on what works best for children and young people whilst growing up and some activity questions that can be used as a starting point to initiate emotive dialogue or discussion with children.

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The Blinks – Worry

‘The Blinks are created from morsels of goodness, that all the good folk who have ever lived leave to the Universe. Their whole purpose is to share their wisdom and kindness with children. When Amanda is discussed at the midnight bakery meeting she is lucky to become part of some very special Blink intervention. As a result Amanda begins to make changes she never thought possible.

This book is for children aged 10 -14 who want help with learning how to cope with worry and anxiety. It is written as a fiction book with lots of messages and guidance woven into the stories about Amanda and her friends.’

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The Blinks – Worry Manual

The Blinks books were created to help children, young people and their families understand emotional and behavioural issues. More so, it was to provide strategies and techniques to help manage and change the intensity and duration of problematic behaviours over time.

This supportive booklet provides a deeper understanding of the psychology of worrying and how it can impact on other developmental issues including self-esteem and emotions. It also provides lots of ‘top tips’ of what works best for children and young people whilst growing up and some activity questions that can be used as a starting point to initiate emotive dialogue or discussion with children.

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The Blinks – Anger

Robbie’s life has never been great, but the events over the last few years have slowly made him more and more unhappy and angry. One day it all gets too much and his anger erupts!

A sequence of wrong choices leaves Robbie with a string of problems that need sorting out. Luckily Chika Change-Your-thoughts sees that he needs help at this difficult time. Together with Cale, ‘the community bad lad with a heart’, Robbie learns just who is responsible for his anger and how to deal with it.

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The Blinks – Anger Manual

The Blinks novels have been created to help children, young people and their families understand emotional and behavioural issues. More so, they provide strategies and techniques to help manage and change the intensity and duration of problematic behaviours over time. This supportive booklet accompanies the book ‘The Blinks – Anger’ written specifically for older children and those in their early teens.

It provides a deeper understanding of the psychology of anger for parents, carers and teachers, and how anger can impact on other developmental issues and all other emotions. It also provides lots of ‘top tips’ on what works best for children and young people whilst growing up and some activity questions that can be used as a starting point to initiate emotive dialogue or discussion with children.

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