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  • Hey Warrior - A book about anxiety in children.

    Hey Warrior

    A book for kids about anxiety. Kids can do amazing things with the right information. Understanding why anxiety feels the way it does and where the physical symptoms come from is a powerful step in turning anxiety around. Anxiety explained, kids empowered.

    For ages 5-12 (and up).

    ‘Hey Warrior’ can be shipped worldwide. Available in softcover and hardcover.

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  • Hey Awesome - A book for kids about anxiety, courage and being already awesome.

    Hey Awesome

    If kids with anxiety could see themselves the way we see them, they would feel so much bigger than their anxiety. They would feel so much bigger than everything. ‘Hey Awesome’ explains how the same brain that can make them feel anxious sometimes, also comes with amazing strengths. It also includes powerful tips for children on how they can manage their anxiety. First we let them know how awesome they are, then we give them what they need to feel it for themselves.

    ‘Hey Awesome’ can be shipped worldwide.

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  • Small Hey Warrior Plushie

    Measuring 22cm high, the small amygdala plushie is the perfect travel sized warrior for sleepovers, the school bag, the sports bag, the car, the couch, on your pillow – the truth is it will want to be anywhere you are.

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  • Large Hey Warrior Plushie

    The plushie amygdala is your very own warrior, there to protect you. Measuring 40cm tall, it has super-soft fur, a way-too-cute head, and a heart of pure courage. It hates asparagus, loves blueberries, and isn’t too keen on footwear. It’s brilliant to have around, and not just because it will never steal your shoes.

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    $13.36

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  • Large Heart-to-Heart Warrior Plushie

    The plushie amygdala – strong, brave, and protective – but with a heart to hold against yours whenever you need to feel stronger, safer, and calmer. It will listen to your worries and help you feel braver, like it was born for the role (which it kind of was). It’s the bestie that will never… Read more »

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  • Special Set

    The Brave Set

    This set includes the paperback versions of Hey Warrior and Hey Awesome, with an extra boost of brave in the form of a Hey Warrior keyring (for a little reminder that all the brave they need is in them), and gorgeous ‘bravery’ bookmarks with favourite quotes from each book. The bookmarks are exclusively available in the bundle.

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  • The Ultimate Resource Set (Save 20%)

    This set includes the paperback versions of Hey Warrior and Hey Awesome accompanied by everyone’s favourite, most cuddly bodyguard, the large 40cm amygdala warrior plushie. This powerful set is a must-have resource for anyone caring for or working with young ones.

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    $33.09

    3851 in stock

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  • Hey Warrior Set – Paperback With Small Plushie Amygdala – (Save 20%)

    Another hardworking team. This set includes the paperback version of Hey Warrior and the adorable 22cm small plushie amygdala. The plushie and the book work beautifully separately or together to help kids feel braver, stronger and less anxious. The plushie is just the right size for cuddling, and just the right size for travelling –… Read more »

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    $18.54

    301 in stock (can be backordered)

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Patricia Narita

My narcissistic sister was an actress, now too old for any glamorous parts which are the only ones she wants, was never famous but she thinks she is. At every family gathering, she has to be the center of attention and has to say something even if no one is talking to her, even makes derogatory comments at others, thinking she is entertaining everyone. Is she toxic or just mentally ill?

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Aryan

This Article is really relatable. The writer has written this in point so relatable it felt like it was my own soul’s reflection. The article is crisp accurate and really straightforward and makes us see things as they are. Thanks for bringing this issue up.

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Chandra

Love this article and will use all suggestions for my daughter who has separation anxiety. Thanks so much!

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Jonas Daniel

Such an inspirational post. Especially for the parents, sometimes parents are not aware that their children are suffering from negative self-talk. By your informative blog, they will come to know about various things that are very important for the parents to know about their children. Thanks for sharing your thoughts.

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Perla

Fantastic post! Thank you, so beautifully and simply explained. I will be handing this out from now on rather than trying to find the words to explain this! Thank you

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Michelle

Reaching out for some advice. I have posted before so most of you know my background. My husband and I are still working things out. Recent problem that I am not sure how to handle. When he was cheating he was using his work phone so I couldn’t check the account. During the confrontation, his work phone ended up getting smashed (very convenient for him). He was recently given a new cell phone for work. He hid it from me and lied about it. Said that he just didn’t know how to tell me. I told him that hiding and lying about it was the WORST thing he could have done. My trust issues aren’t going to be resolved if he continues to lie and hide things. I told him that I wanted to separate. He was against it. Now he is acting like nothing happened. I don’t want to become a door mat, but I am afraid that is what I have become. He lies, hides things and cheats, I get mad, he apologizes and we go back to normal. How much is too much? When and how do you know when you reach the point of no return?

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