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Feeling Mellow, Thankful, Comfy?

Feeling Mellow, Thankful, Comfy?

Feeling mellow, thankful, and comfy are all positive emotions that can be experienced at the same time. When you are feeling mellow, you are relaxed and at ease. You may feel content and satisfied with your life. When you are feeling thankful, you are grateful for the good things in your life. You may appreciate the people who love and support you, or the opportunities you have been given.

When you are feeling comfy, you are physically comfortable and at ease. You may be sitting in a warm, cozy chair or wrapped up in a soft blanket. These three emotions can be combined to create a sense of peace and contentment. You may feel like you are in a safe and secure place, where you can relax and enjoy life.


Strategies that support feelings: Mellow, Thankful, Comfy.

Feeling safe and valued is vital to a child’s development. Learning suffers when students fear for their safety, worry about being bullied, or don’t sense their teachers have high expectations for their success. In a healthy, supportive climate, students are engaged and take intellectual risks¹. A safe and supportive school culture should reflect shared values and take into account the communities and cultures students bring with them to school¹. Emotional safety in schools refers to how safe a student feels in expressing their emotions in school. Students should feel secure and confident as they express themselves and take on challenges that encourage them to try something new².


Positive emotions can also help students be happy and excel:

Mellow:

  • Practice mindfulness.
  • Listen to calming music.
  • Spend time in nature.
  • Practice yoga or meditation.

Comfy:

  • Take a warm bath or shower.
  • Put on comfortable clothes.
  • Read a book or magazine.
  • Watch a movie or TV show.
  • Listen to music.

Thankful:

  • Take a warm bath or shower.
  • Put on comfortable clothes.
  • Read a book or magazine.
  • Watch a movie or TV show.
  • Listen to music.
Positive emotions can also help students be happy and excel:

Feeling Mellow, Thankful, Comfy?

Feeling Mellow, Thankful, Comfy?

Feeling mellow, thankful, and comfy are all positive emotions that can be experienced at the same time. When you are feeling mellow, you are relaxed and at ease. You may feel content and satisfied with your life. When you are feeling thankful, you are grateful for the good things in your life. You may appreciate the people who love and support you, or the opportunities you have been given.

When you are feeling comfy, you are physically comfortable and at ease. You may be sitting in a warm, cozy chair or wrapped up in a soft blanket. These three emotions can be combined to create a sense of peace and contentment. You may feel like you are in a safe and secure place, where you can relax and enjoy life.


Strategies that support feelings: Mellow, Thankful, Comfy.

Feeling safe and valued is vital to a child’s development. Learning suffers when students fear for their safety, worry about being bullied, or don’t sense their teachers have high expectations for their success. In a healthy, supportive climate, students are engaged and take intellectual risks¹. A safe and supportive school culture should reflect shared values and take into account the communities and cultures students bring with them to school¹. Emotional safety in schools refers to how safe a student feels in expressing their emotions in school. Students should feel secure and confident as they express themselves and take on challenges that encourage them to try something new².


Positive emotions can also help students be happy and excel:

Mellow:

  • Practice mindfulness.
  • Listen to calming music.
  • Spend time in nature.
  • Practice yoga or meditation.

Comfy:

  • Take a warm bath or shower.
  • Put on comfortable clothes.
  • Read a book or magazine.
  • Watch a movie or TV show.
  • Listen to music.

Thankful:

  • Take a warm bath or shower.
  • Put on comfortable clothes.
  • Read a book or magazine.
  • Watch a movie or TV show.
  • Listen to music.
Positive emotions can also help students be happy and excel: