Rexy is going through uneasy days. He is moody and closed up; he is angry at everyone and doesn't share the emotional turmoil that is happening inside him with anyone. Rexy's friends respond to his mood and shut him away and he feels even more alone. The cycle in which Rexy is trapped, feeds itself and in order to cheer him up, we must break the cycle. In the house of the thousand mirrors, a thousand dogs are angry at Rexy. They are angry because he is angry. When he wiggles his tail, a thousand dogs greet him with a smile. This is exactly how the world reacts. Hope you choose your positive being with a smile: ) Sharon
My name is Sharon Bloch and for the past 25 year I have been working as a teacher and an educator, from kindergarten to early teens. For many years I was both a kindergarten teacher, as well as a director of several educational institutions and channels. My proffesional career encompasses 15 years of hands-on education, pedagogic management, educational program development and orchestration. Over the past few years, other than tutoring, I became a certified coach and started coaching groups and individuals. My area of expertise is children and parenting, and my vision and mission is to help children and adolescents learn a positive way of thinking by means of guiding them to discover the happiness within them. The way I view it - Happiness is not only one's emotion but rather a way of "being" which I believe allows a positive way to deal with life's challenges, obstacles and difficulties. Given my long-term educational exposure and experience, I developed along the years many stories that became very helpful and instrumental in my work with children. With the help of these stories, I managed to teach children the positive ways to contain and address negative feelings such as anger, frustration, sadness, jealousy etc. which are often suppressed inside rather than exposed to deal with Two years ago I was fortunate to volunteer and later be accepted as a foster mother for a very young baby. This experience prolonged for about two years till he was taken away back to his family; creating a very traumatic detaching experience. This was a key and meaningful personal catalysis change in my life. As part of my mission, I decided to translate and illustrate my stories as I truly believe they can help children develop and learn to cope with daily problems.