Feeleez Giveaway!

(I am reblogging this for those of you who haven’t seen it yet.)

Dear friends of Feeleez,

We’d like to see Feeleez enjoyed by children everywhere.

We’ve been in business three years now and with time we have collected a number of games and posters with small scratches or dents. These blemishes in no way prevent complete enjoyment of the product, yet we can’t sell these as “new” in good conscience. And because we believe so strongly in the power of empathy and the effectiveness of Feeleez in opening up the minds and hearts of children to the world of empathy, this spring we are DONATING every last game or poster that shows the slightest sign of damage.

Team up with us.

If you, our donation partner, pay the cost of shipping, we will send a game or poster to any school, or child-centered organization, anywhere in the world.



(Shipping within the US generally runs between $6 and $12 dollars for the game and less for the poster.)

If you’d like to join our donation drive please email natalie@feeleez.com ASAP.

We look forward to teaming up with you!


The Feeleez Team

Natalie Christensen, Kris Laroche, Nathan M McTague

About Nathan M McTague, CPCC, CPDPE

I am a full-time parent of three, Writer, Life Coach, Lecturer, Parenting Mentor, and Shamanic Practitioner. In all of the above, I am seeking to assist my fellow humans in their processes of claiming and unleashing their highest potentials.
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2 Responses to Feeleez Giveaway!

  1. hakea says:

    Hi Nathan

    Thanks for posting this. I’ve seen similar products but this one looks like a beauty.

    • Oh Yeah, Narelle, this is the real deal. And maybe I didn’t mention, but it isn’t just a product, but mine and my partner Natalie’s (in cooperation with our dear friend Kris).

      For our friends Down Under, where for some reason it is particularly expensive for us to ship, we are suggesting posters instead of games as they weigh about half as much. The posters don’t offer themselves quite as readily to game-playing, but are rather effective for teaching about emotions, and as a tool for bringing empathy into situations where there is some disagreement or adversarial interaction (between kids, or between adults and kids). We’ve used it to allow our girls to describe to each other how they were feeling during the troublesome interaction(s), how their feelings changed, how they are feeling after discussing it together, and how they want to feel. Often after discussing feelings like this, there is no longer a misunderstanding, or problem to address.

      Glad you liked what you saw, Narelle. And if you would, please pass on links to that post, as we are trying to get the word out to as many people as possible about the donations we’re doing.

      Be well.


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