It’s ​ok, feelings, I got you 1 csillagozás

Therapeutic comic drawing
Tikva Wolf: It’s ok, feelings, I got you

Creator of the popular webcomic Kimchi Cuddles, Tikva Wolf has always used comig drawing to process difficult emotions.

In this workbook, Wolf leads you through simplified drawing exercises using events from your actual life, enabling you to take a step back and see things from a whole new angle. Using these visual activities, you can gain some helpful new tools for navigating interpersonal dynamics and gertinf your own needs met.

56 oldal · puhatáblás · ISBN: 9781944934712 · Illusztrálta: Tikva Wolf

Kiemelt értékelések

Tikva Wolf: It’s ok, feelings, I got you

Kedves és könnyen olvasható képregény az érzelmekről, ami bemutatja a szerző saját négylépéses taktikáját arra, hogy a rajzolás hogyan segíthet távolabb lépni a nehéz helyzeteinktől és egy egészségesebb perspektívából megoldást keresni a nehézségeinkre.

Népszerű idézetek


Sometimes my emotions feel like a tight container, pressing in on me from every direction… Until I remember I’m the container holding them, and that hugging them works better than kicking.
— It’s OK, emotions. I got you.

(első mondat)


Sad about thing.
Draw about thing.

2. oldal


When I was a kid, I felf like I didn’t have anyone to talk to a out some really difficult things going on in my life. I didn’t even know how to start. But I loved drawing, so I started making secret comics depicting my difficulties and how I felt about them. […]
Just by drawing the upsetting event, I was creating a visual representation of my thoughts, which allowed me to both express my emotions and be my own witness for them. I felt heard, even though I was the only one doing the listening.

6-7. oldal


If you feel insecure about your artistic abilities, start out by taking a piece of paper and covering it in messy scribbles to remind yourself what art even is.
It doens’t matter what it looks like. You’re drawing for you, not for someone else. And if there’s a someone else who would tell you you’re doing it wrong, we can draw that person with a weird scribble face to get our horrible artistic revenge.
— Yeah?? Who’s the bad artist NOW, scribbleface?

12-13. oldal


The comic consists of 4 panels: the EVENT that happened, your REACTION (internal or external), the QUESTION of what you really need, and the ANSWER from your deepest loving self.

54. oldal

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