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Disappointed Emotion Woman's Relaxed Organic Mental Health T-Shirt

Disappointed Emotion Woman's Relaxed Organic Mental Health T-Shirt

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8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24
Bust 84 88 92 97 103 108 116 123 130
Waist 66 70 75 80 85 91 98 105 112
Hips 90 95 99 104 109 116 123 130 137

Bust: Measure around the fullest part of your torso, just below your armpits

Waist: Measure around your waistline

Hips: Measure around the fullest part of your hips

This product is oversized, if you fall between the sizes go for the smaller of the two

Product Specification

Certified Organic Cotton Relaxed Fit T-shirt, 155g/m2. Wash cool, hang dry. GM free. Not tested on animals. Does not contain animal-derived products. Printed in the UK with low waste printing tech. Made in a renewable energy powered factory audited for a wide range of social and sustainability criteria.

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Help your child identify emotions

The book talks about common situations that can trigger certain emotions as well as how a child can feel when experiencing them. This enables the child to recognise an emotion easily.

Encourage your child to communicate

When we understand an area in enough detail, it makes it easier for us to talk about it. This is the same for children. Once they have identified their emotions, they can tell an adult how they are feeling. This means you can offer your child relatable advice.

Teach your child how they feel is normal

As adults, sometimes we can feel uncomfortable when feeling something. Our culture doesn't normalise them, so we hide them. Occasionally, we can lash out from suppressing emotions. If we normalise emotions for children, this is less likely to happen.

Expand your child's language skills

That's Okay is written in an easy to understand way, with simple words that a child can remember. This means they can learn and talk about feelings.