- All emotions are important and serve a purpose.
- Emotions are not static. How you feel one minute might change the next due to hormones, environment, or interactions with others.
- Learning to communicate about emotions helps children to feel better equipped to manage and overcome life’s challenges.
Theresa Claire (Founder) Theresa is the creator of Mixed Emotions and LoveSnax®, cards and games that teach kids to recognize their emotions, then learn to act appropriately in response to those emotions. She is a proud graduate of the University of Connecticut and Norwalk Community College, an active member of the Junior League, and St. Luke’s Church in Darien, CT, but her greatest honor is being mom to her three amazing boys.
Dr. Melanie Pearl (Contributor) is a licensed psychologist in CT and NY and a nationally certified school psychologist. She has a focus anxiety and depression, learning disorders, attention and executive functioning, social skills, autism and developmental delays, early childhood development and education, parenting, and trauma.