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Talar Herculian Coursey (Author)
Meri Andreasyan (Author)

Ralphy’s Rules for Feelings

Ralphy’s Rules for Feelings

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Purple Butterfly Press
8 X 10 in
36 pg

4 - 8 (Interest age, years)

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We have big feelings! 


Sometimes we don't know what to do with them or how to change our thoughts that cause these feelings. The first day of school can be scary, but "Furrapist"Jackson Johnson and cute pup Ralphy of Ralphy's Rules for the Good Life, are committed to helping a busload of kids understand and manage their big feelings. During the ride to school, Furrapist Jackson Johnson teaches the children that they can choose their emotions and decide how to respond to them. Ralphy and Jackson make the complicated subject of emotional intelligence accessible for kids to understand and more importantly, implement in their everyday lives. 

So hop on the bus with us and lets learn about how taking charge of our feelings can change our day!

Talar Herculian Coursey Meri Andreasyan
Author Bio

Talar Herculian Coursey is a lawyer by day and a children's book author, Life Coach and philanthropist by night (more like mornings). 


She has been a General Counsel since 2011 and recently joined ComplyAuto, a privacy/cybersecurity Saas company. Before going in-house, she was a file clerk, associate and partner at the national labor and employment law firm, Fisher Phillips LLP. 

Talar is a co-author of both #Networked: How 20 Women Lawyers Overcamethe Confines of COVID-19 Social Distancing to Create Connections, CultivateCommunity, & Build Businesses in the Midst of a Global Pandemic and Women In Law: Discovering the True Meaning of Success.

Her first children's book, Ralphy's Rules for Living the Good Life, was published in 2021 and the second book Ralphy's Rules for Feelings in 2023. 


Talar has served as the President of the Salt Lake City Chapter for the Society for Orphaned Armenian Relief ("SOAR") since 2015. SOAR, founded in 2005, supports orphanages in Syria, Lebanon and Armenia.

She runs the Salt Lake City Half Marathon every year to raise money for SOAR in memory of her father. Net proceeds from her children's books also go to SOAR. 


In addition to being a mother, wife, lawyer, life coach and philanthropist, she is also a runner, yogi and Jesus, Ekhart Tolle, Peloton and Brandon Flowers groupie. 


You can find Talar on LinkedIn most days @TalarEsq or on her website