Monster under your bed? Stress at the office? Relax!
Your SORGENFRESSER is highly specialized in worry eating.
My name is ED. The scar on my forehead was caused by an accident. That was pretty painful. Ever since then I have specialized in the nastiest worries.
When night falls it’s time for dreams. Nice, funny, sad and exciting dreams are OK, but being woken by a horrible nightmare is really upsetting.
Fortunately there are the SORGENFRESSER! Night after night, but also by day, they turn fears, worries or bad moods into nice stories to read together or alone.
Kids have phobias, fears and worries. Of course parents try hard to recognise them in time and do something about it, but children often keep their worries to themselves. In these situations a SORGENFRESSER provides the perfect opportunity for a child to articulate their concerns privately and stimulate discussion.
Writing down or drawing their worries, children simply place them in the zipper of the mouth of the SORGENFRESSER and close it. It doesn’t solve the problem but it is a first step towards feeling better once the worry is locked up safe behind the zipper.
So here they are here…introducing Ed, Saggo, Biff, Schnulli, Om, Polli, Ernst, Rumpel, Sepp, Enno and Gump.
- Based on Gerd Hahn's German TV Series
- Psychologists and teachers recommend the Worry Eaters as a waste bin for problems.
- Children can write or draw their troubles and feed them into the zip mouth of the Worry Eater
- Worry Eaters are nice and cuddly in both good and bad times and not just for children.
- They give comfort and reassurance to children, enabling a restful nights sleep