Overall, I'd say it's a good book, and I really like the questionnaires.
Dr. Lamia takes on the field of emotions - that inner aspect of human behavior that in many ways determines juts how effective we will be in dealing with the world.
Understanding Myself is an insightful book that will help people of all ages learn how to deal with feelings more effectively.
A great book for my son to help him understand himself better and for his family to support and understand too!Published 2 months ago by Debbie Muss
I ordered this book for my almost 11 year old son to help assist him in understanding emotions and the importance of them in one's life. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jimmy H. Hubbard
My 7 year old loved this book too. He likes to do research on things that he doesn't understand, so I got him this book. He has read it a few times so far.Published 4 months ago by Mamma 2 one
I found this to be very helpful, even with my older kids who are emotionally distant or do not clearly understand emotions (Asperger's Syndrome). Read morePublished 10 months ago by C. Armbruster
This is an excellent book for my son. He loves to read about the more technical aspects of health (he is 9), and this is a more intense look at emotions and the cause and effect... Read morePublished 12 months ago by ThePersonNextToYou
The activities in this book are truly geared toward a child asking themselves 'heavy' questions and answering in as truthful a manner as possible. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Nadia
Great! It is as posted and is being used in the study it was ordered for. Thank you for the product.Published 20 months ago by JC LaShell
Book was recommended in a Washington Post column for young teens to help them cope with changes. It has been informative and helpful for our daughter when she is quiet and doesn't... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Heather G.
This was a gift for a young relative of mine going through her parents separating. It has been most helpful to her and her mother. Thank youPublished 21 months ago by Lynn M. Fortini