Did you ever have one of those days where you just didn’t know what came over you? One of those days where you felt out of sorts? Kids have those kinds of days, too. Now, you can help them make sense of it with Where Did My Good Mood Go? Mushy, that magical book guide, again helps the main character navigate the sometimes uncharted waters of difficult feelings. Mushy models healthy exploration of feelings, and getting assistance from adults, as needed. Speaking of grown-ups, one of the popular aspects of these books is that they call the adults “my grown-up”, which is really so clever. Many times, children do not live with their mom or their dad and saying I asked “my mom” or “my dad” for help may not be something they can relate to. This is true for bereaved children, for children in foster care, and for children being raised by grandparents to name a few examples. Where Did My Good Mood Go normalizes the fact that we all have “down” and “out of sorts” days, but it also offers hope, by showing that feelings of upset don’t last forever. That’s something we can all smile about!
Ms. Parnass earned her Masters Degree at Columbia University. Prior to launching her writing career and private practice, she worked at New York Hospital-Cornell in the child psychiatry department as a Family Therapy Supervisor.
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