... I don’t like feeling bad, Aiden stopped to think. I want to feel good. Aiden snapped his fingers because he remembered the words — you decide. He smiled. He felt better. He thought of all the fun things he can do in the snow later like make snowballs or a snowman or snow angels. He laughed. He felt even better.
Aiden ran over to mom in the other room and said, “Mommy, I went from sad to happy.” Mommy replied, “That’s fantastic! See how easy and fast you can decide to be happy.” ...
Imagine if you could decide how to feel. You can. Imagine if deciding to feel good was as easy as 1-2-3. This story teaches children that it is just that easy to choose to be happy.
About the Author
Amelia was inspired to write books for children while studying self-help and psychology. She’s had NLP, strategic intervention and leadership training. Most importantly she’s a mother to two children with whom she has the pleasure of sharing her knowledge. She lives with her children and husband in Colorado.