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Sometimes sadness comes without warning. We don't really know how or why, but suddenly we feel that it accompanies us everywhere.
Sadness can be a suffocating presence that we try to avoid at all costs. We even try to hide it in the closet or under the rug. But perhaps the best way to deal with sadness is to look at it face to face, listen to it, understand it and embrace it until it fades away. Eva Eland shares a beautiful book in a minimalist style that invites us to talk with the little ones about how to manage sadness.
VERÓNICA TARANILLA BOSSANA
Sadness · Empathy · Growth