To survive in the new normal, we must find ways to make our survival methods work for everyone, not just the strongest. An essential aspect of this book's message is an attempt to help children who are also adjusting to changes in their daily lives healthily deal with their emotions during the pandemic. Multiple doctors and psychologists have contributed to the book's narratives and recommendations. Overall, the book's insights, tools, and techniques focus on the emotional well-being of children. Pre-pandemic and post-pandemic scenarios, such as body image issues, temper tantrums, depression, gadget addiction, loneliness, eating disorders, paranoia, tantrum, anger, separation anxiety, and future anxiety are addressed in this book. We also have covered the importance of counselling, simple meditation techniques and breathing techniques to help children cope with the changes. We have also added the child Psychologist's view on how the pandemic has impacted children with autism, ADHD and Tic disorders. For people from all walks of life, this book attempts to provide information and show empathy toward children about how the pandemic has affected children's social and emotional well-being. It also offers guidance on recovering lost time with more power, vigour, rigour, and energy so that life's physical, mental, and emotional realms can be reestablished in the long run. We have also covered experts' views on the role of teachers and schools post-pandemic. The contributions of Dr Anita Rego, Dipti Pande, Dr Vasant Agarwal, Dr Shivani Mathur, Dr Rashmi HR, Akshara Damle, Dr Geetika Agarwal, and Dr Debmita Dutta have been enormously valuable to the success of this book.
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