What to do When You Get the Bejeebers Scared Out of You: The Fluffy Pink Emotatude by Karen White PorterWhat to do When You Get the Bejeebers Scared Out of You: The Fluffy Pink Emotatude by Karen White Porter

What to do When You Get the Bejeebers Scared Out of You: The Fluffy Pink Emotatude

byKaren White Porter, Grace Porter Christi

Hardcover | November 3, 2015

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This Book helps you understand what you can do when you get bejeebers scared out of you. Bejeebers are little vibratory beings called emotatudes. They live inside all of us. A bejeeber is a pink fluffy loving creatures that keep you feeling warm, loved, and secure. 

Have you ever had the bejeebers scared out of you? What happened to you that scared you so? Do you remember what you did that made you safe and secure? Have your parents ever had the bejeebers scared out of them? How did they deal with that situation? What made them safe and secure? This book will explain how bejeebers are in each one of us.If you get scared by whatever life brings your way, this book will give you insight on how to repair that hollow fearful empty feeling you get when something scary happens. You will learn positive techniques to limit bejeeber loss and how to maintain and care for the bejeebers you have.

Emotatudes are a new way of looking at our feelings. So often we use adjectives to 'describe' how we feel. That is valuable, but can lead to misunderstandings when world perspectives are different. Emotatudes are nouns that show us physical proof of the complicated emotions we feel. Getting the bejeebers scared out of you paints a picture of what is happening inside of you when you are frightened. Having a kanipshun tells us more about our inner life than just 'being angry.' Having 'a case of the blues' explains more than just 'being sad.' What do these nouns look like, feel like or sound like? The answer to that question will help us unlock the passion of our inner world's in living color with sound and movement.

Karen White Porter is a Director of Loga Springs Academy and a Nationally Board Certified Teacher. After graduating from Rutgers University with a Masters Degree in language education, she started teaching children. She has taught at East China Normal University in Shangha, P.R. China, Hofstra University in Hempstead N.Y., Hillside Pub...
Title:What to do When You Get the Bejeebers Scared Out of You: The Fluffy Pink EmotatudeFormat:HardcoverDimensions:50 pages, 11 × 8.5 × 0.25 inPublished:November 3, 2015Publisher:LittleTurtle Tutoring & pawprintpressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1626769702

ISBN - 13:9781626769700


Editorial Reviews

"I never knew I had so many Bejeebers in me, let alone how to get them back whenever lose them! Thanks so much Christie and Karen for reminding me how important it is to keep my Bejeebers about me!! I'm looking forward to learning more about the mysterious world of Bejeebers, and other such creatures that can be found within" Scott Warren"I think this book has an impact on children. I am a clinical psychologist and have one in my waiting room. The children love it! This is a book that would be a great gift for grandchildren. It is well illustrated. I would recommend it to anyone who has children, either preschool or up to the 2nd grade." Dr. Nancy Perry Clinical Psychologist