Embark on a heartfelt journey through the highs and lows of friendship, self-discovery, and acceptance. From facing exclusion and bullying to finding solace in an unexpected friendship, witness the author's resilience and the transformative power of remaining authentic. Learn how embracing your true self can attract genuine connections and lead to a greater sense of belonging.
Uncover the story of a childhood marked by violence and the profound impact it had on emotional expression. Follow the author's journey of healing, guided by a mother's love and the transformative power of 'Where the Wild Things Are'. Learn the importance of healthy emotional outlets and lasting lessons that endure into adulthood.
Navigating college life can be exhilarating yet stressful, leading to neglect of mental and physical well-being. This personal perspective highlights the importance of finding balance, setting goals, and prioritizing self-care for a healthier college journey.
In this personal narrative, a college student highlights their mental health journey, shedding light on the importance of early intervention. They advocate for children's resources like 'Big Head Bob' that teach emotional literacy at a young age, potentially transforming the future of mental health.
A character Bradley had been drawing since his youth, the big-headed, translucent-colored Bob is, above all, a tool for children to learn, among other things, calmness, growth, self-empowerment and confidence. With Big Head Bob learning to overcome his differences, and turn his weakness into strength, Bradley’s book is rooted in a growth mindset and is at its core a social-emotional learning experience.