Who is Bothered?


FOCUS: Combating issues over small inconveniences.

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Seeing a beloved sibling with autism grab a toy can stir surprisingly big feelings in young children. This charming story validates and guides little “justice warriors” who grow distressed observing developmental differences. Playful scenarios acknowledge unfairness stings but urge perspective-taking too. “While sister didn’t ask before taking your car, did she know you were still playing with it?” Caring questions model compassion over criticism. Children learn they can speak up if truly bothered while also giving the benefit of the doubt in shared spaces. Most of all, it encourages hugging hurts away whenever possible. This heartwarming story aims to nurture empathy alongside healthy emotional boundaries.

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