Replace your inner critic with a big self-hug―an interactive workbook for teens ages 13 to 16
Feelings of anxiety, sadness, insecurity, and shame are challenging obstacles that may come your way while growing up, and they are difficult to manage alone. Self compassion is a remarkable, life-changing superpower that will help you develop a healthier outlook and a more balanced, accepting view of yourself. The Essential Self Compassion Workbook for Teens is an interactive guide filled with practical and interesting activities and exercises rooted in research-based strategies that will help you calm your inner critic, deal with difficult emotions, and learn to love yourself. Inspired by the Mindful Self Compassion program developed by Christopher Germer and Kristin Neff, author Katie Krimer puts her own spin on some of their most tried and true principles, and infuses her unique, impassioned voice into the pages of this workbook.
By learning core elements of self compassion and coping skills, you can embrace yourself, overcome self-criticism, and cultivate kindness. Designed to teach you all the aspects of this beneficial practice, this hands-on workbook will help you take that brave first step in a journey that will create a kinder and more empathetic you.
This self compassion workbook will teach teens:
- Kind at heart―With an encouraging, positive tone, learn to motivate yourself with kindness and self compassion.
- Personal stories―Relate to other teens who, like you, have struggled with negative thoughts and emotions and benefited from the wonders of self compassion.
- Interactive approach―Use unique exercises and journaling sections as your safe place to always be able to jot down your thoughts and feelings and reframe your perspective.
Work toward becoming a more harmonious, accepting version of yourself with self compassion.
Author: Katie Krimer
Publisher: Rockridge Press
Binding Type: Paperback
Size: 10.00h x 8.00w x 0.46d
Audience: Young Adult