EMOTIONAL MONSTERS

Hospice Vaughan wants to encourage our community to share their Emotional Monsters with us and each other. Each week a different emotion will be chosen, and a drawing will be shared on this page which represents that emotion. Grab a blank piece of paper and draw your own. Everyone’s monster looks different, be creative! After you are done drawing, name your monster and write a sentence or two about them and let us know what they are like

TIPS FOR CREATING YOUR EMOTIONAL MONSTER EACH WEEK WILL BE POSTED BELOW UNDER THE SELECTED EMOTION/WEEK!

MAY 10, 2020 

THIS WEEKS EMOTION IS: JOY

This week,  Hospice Vaughan team member Sarah has drawn their joy monster. Introducing… Bub and Deno! 

When thinking about your joyful monster, consider the following questions: Do they feeling joyful when spending TIME with family? What is a daily activity that brings them joy? What creative ways do they find joy, such as art or music? What people in their life bring them joy?

Bub’s feelings of joy have lifted her off the ground! Bub also has a glowing heart for all to see and helping care for others makes her light shine brighter. Many activities bring Bub joy like working in the garden, humming her favourite tune, and baking cinnamon rolls for her partner.

This is Deno! Deno shows their joy to others by smiling and laughing. Activities that bring Deno joy include phone calls with friends and family, long naps and snacking on their favourite food.