How to Be Heebie Jeebie Free

How to Be Heebie Jeebie Free : A Guide to Help Children and Adults Cope with Fear, Disgust, and Gross Things

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This book identifies the feeling you get when you have the Heebie Jeebies. The fictional scientist Robert Heinrich Herman Kich a lesser known physician and pioneering emotatudogist isolates and studies emotatudes. As the founder of modern grossology, and emotatudology he is on the quest to find the specific causative agents of love, joy, exasperation, fear, disgust, fright, and repulsion. This book shows how he gives experimental support for the concept of infectious emotional vibratory beings. Join his adventure and discovery of feelings as this series documents trail-blazing studies on emotional states. This book 'How to be Heebie Jeebie Free' will help you see how Kich created and improved laboratory technologies and techniques in the field of grossology, and made key discoveries in feelings. Now you will learn not only how you get grossed out, but how to cure your icky feelings. Yes, you can be cured of disgust if you will venture to learn the principles linking specific experiences to specific vibratory beings which also help children learn how to cope with your feelings in imaginative concrete terms. Please support Dr. Kich's exploratory work in emotion defining technology. If you purchase this book, he will be able to continue his worldwide research that will build a world that is in touch with their feelings!show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 40 pages
  • 215.9 x 279.4 x 2.54mm | 154.22g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • Large type / large print
  • Large Print
  • colour illustrations
  • 1508618909
  • 9781508618904

About Karen White Porter

Karen loves to write. She has taught English for 28 years, and recently decided to write books of her own. She is a member of Gainesville Writer's Alliance and The Writer's Voice Group in Chicago. She also recently released her newest book Turtle One and Turtle Two. The Forgotten Fun, and Live Life Wide Open are two of her latest non-fiction works. Her work intends to illuminate the ordinary, and reveal the importance with being in touch with our feelings, values, and relationships with others. Karen has a master's degree in English Language from Rutgers State University and is a Nationally Board Certified teacher In English as a New Language. She is the Director of Loga Springs Academy School for gifted and talented umbrella school, and Serves on the board of directors as secretary for the Ashton Biodiversity Research and Preservation Institute. Please visit her website for more more