If you haven't learnt about how to preserve your happiness, then you haven't learnt anything in life F a o : Teens and the Parents of Teens. FOR YOUR OWN HAPPINESS IN LIFE, YOU MUST NOT HARM NEURONES. Who has ever been successful in life without reading important books? This book is not to read only but to understand the important stuff in life. It emanates a good sense of humour but makes you feel calmer at the end. It aims to uphold your happiness while making you aware of the dangers. This book is reserved for our children at a time where the rate of mental health sufferings is rising around the world. Please help yourself in protecting the children's mental health and well-being. Children represent the future of the world. One in 4 adults and 1 in 10 children are suffering from mental health problems at present; so we must act on now to prevent it spreading further. Nip trauma in bud. Prevention is the best treatment. Every parent wants to see their child prosper and succeed in life. Every child has got his or her dream to enjoy life. This is entirely possible when a child has not been emotionally damaged. When things go wrong despite good intentions, both the parents and children will not experience success and happiness in life. When a child is harmed, happiness disappears from the family. Misery and sorrow will persist in the life of a child victim when 'hope' is dashed into smithereens by a wrongful behaviour of someone known or unknown to the child. This book is here to raise awareness of the important mental health issues in a child's life. Knowledge is medicine. This book is a prophylactic medicine in the prevention of a child's mental health sufferings. Therefore, not only a child should take knowledge from this book but also a responsible parent should feed the child with all the 'contents' of this book at the same time. This book (volumes I and II) aims to ward off sufferings of a child in relation to mental health. A sustained state of mental well-being is essential for every child to succeed and enjoy life. Effective learning comes with laughter. Learning is fun. This book is entirely free from jargon. It is based on scientific advances and useful to woo all societies. This book contains humour palatable to the young minds as well as several educational photos for the readers. It contains exotic lullabies, tickling jokes along with chuckling bed-time reads designed to bring a positive change in a child's life in relation to Mental Health. It has stuff that works with children. It is unique. Volume I explains the structure and the role of Mind and Neurones in the origin of our sufferings. It also describes the dangers of Trauma and consequences of traumatised Mind. It tells you the dangers of Head injuries. Every child should read and understand the contents of 'a letter to parent by a parent' in Volume I, Chapter 7. The meaning and the significance of human Emotion and Relationship with the world have been thoroughly explained. Cause of suicide and self-harm has been explained. Every child should understand the origin of Anger and its impacts on life. Effects of domestic violence on mental health have been discussed thoroughly. A great emphasis has been given in making a child aware of 'Depressive illness', 'Child abuse' by adults, and 'Learning difficulty'. Share responsibility to mitigate sufferings. Don't run away. How Are You? Tell it like it is (Vol.1) is Volume I. Also check out Volume II Harangue with Meringue. It is no use crying over spilt milk (Vol. II) ISBN: 978-1-78222-178-4 Every piece of information in the book is educational to the young minds and a must-read for every teenager. Please spread the knowledge to prevent the illness spreading. Life is hell without a sound mental health. Think of it!
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Description du livre Paragon Publishing, 2014. Paperback. État : New. book. N° de réf. du libraire M1782221778
Description du livre Paragon Publishing. Paperback. État : Brand New. In Stock. N° de réf. du libraire zk1782221778