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The ultimate teen guide to handling all the pressures and challenges of life—your own way! Being a teen in today’s world is tough. Between school pressure, family, friends, and extracurricular activities—sometimes it can feel like you’re being pulled in a dozen different directions, and none of them are your way. On top of that, you may feel lonely, angry, or depressed; or The ultimate teen guide to handling all the pressures and challenges of life—your own way! Being a teen in today’s world is tough. Between school pressure, family, friends, and extracurricular activities—sometimes it can feel like you’re being pulled in a dozen different directions, and none of them are your way. On top of that, you may feel lonely, angry, or depressed; or you may wonder if you’re good enough, smart enough, or attractive enough. So, how can you overcome these self-doubts, and cultivate the strength to face life’s challenges and reach your full potential? In Your Life, Your Way, you’ll learn how to deal with all the changes and challenges of the teen years—and how to grow into the person you want to be. You’ll learn doable skills grounded in mindfulness, acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), and positive psychology to help you form positive friendships, manage difficult emotions, and get unstuck from bad habits. You’ll also learn real tips for dealing with several life challenges, including: Feelings of uncertainty Concerns about your looks Deadlines School/college/work Family Worries about the future Relationship stress   Once you identify your own personal struggles, you can decide how you want to face them—as strong, assertive, kind, honorable, caring, fun, supportive, friendly, agreeable, bold, persistent, or giving. If you’re ready to take charge of your destiny and face problems head on in your own way, this fun and illustrated book has everything you need to get started today!


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The ultimate teen guide to handling all the pressures and challenges of life—your own way! Being a teen in today’s world is tough. Between school pressure, family, friends, and extracurricular activities—sometimes it can feel like you’re being pulled in a dozen different directions, and none of them are your way. On top of that, you may feel lonely, angry, or depressed; or The ultimate teen guide to handling all the pressures and challenges of life—your own way! Being a teen in today’s world is tough. Between school pressure, family, friends, and extracurricular activities—sometimes it can feel like you’re being pulled in a dozen different directions, and none of them are your way. On top of that, you may feel lonely, angry, or depressed; or you may wonder if you’re good enough, smart enough, or attractive enough. So, how can you overcome these self-doubts, and cultivate the strength to face life’s challenges and reach your full potential? In Your Life, Your Way, you’ll learn how to deal with all the changes and challenges of the teen years—and how to grow into the person you want to be. You’ll learn doable skills grounded in mindfulness, acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), and positive psychology to help you form positive friendships, manage difficult emotions, and get unstuck from bad habits. You’ll also learn real tips for dealing with several life challenges, including: Feelings of uncertainty Concerns about your looks Deadlines School/college/work Family Worries about the future Relationship stress   Once you identify your own personal struggles, you can decide how you want to face them—as strong, assertive, kind, honorable, caring, fun, supportive, friendly, agreeable, bold, persistent, or giving. If you’re ready to take charge of your destiny and face problems head on in your own way, this fun and illustrated book has everything you need to get started today!

32 review for Your Life, Your Way: Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Skills to Help Teens Manage Emotions and Build Resilience

  1. 4 out of 5

    Natalie

    I received an advance reader copy of this book to read in exchange for an honest review via netgalley and the publishers. This is a fantastic book for teenagers to help them through puberty and all the emotions they may have and feel especially in the modern world of today with all the stresses, strains and pressures surrounding them. This book talks about dealing with emotions, rage, anger, hurt, frustrations, friendships and more and the tasks spotted through the book help teens to build up thei I received an advance reader copy of this book to read in exchange for an honest review via netgalley and the publishers. This is a fantastic book for teenagers to help them through puberty and all the emotions they may have and feel especially in the modern world of today with all the stresses, strains and pressures surrounding them. This book talks about dealing with emotions, rage, anger, hurt, frustrations, friendships and more and the tasks spotted through the book help teens to build up their understanding of said emotions and feelings as well as build up their resilience and work on coping mechanisms. I wish I'd had a book like this available to me when I was a teen.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Melissa

    This is a fantastic evidence-based resource for young people - this self-help book is engaging, highly relevant and easy to follow. There are so many great features of this book including the beautiful and descriptive illustrations and the exercises that provide step-by-step guidance for young people on a wide range of challenges. The layout of the book is also very helpful in working with teens, with each chapter covering a particular topic. As a psychologist, I'm always looking for resources j This is a fantastic evidence-based resource for young people - this self-help book is engaging, highly relevant and easy to follow. There are so many great features of this book including the beautiful and descriptive illustrations and the exercises that provide step-by-step guidance for young people on a wide range of challenges. The layout of the book is also very helpful in working with teens, with each chapter covering a particular topic. As a psychologist, I'm always looking for resources just like this as I have been able to give clients a relevant and short chapter to read. I have already started incorporating the material in my work with teens and all have found it extremely helpful. This will be a valuable resource for anyone working to support young people. Cannot recommend highly enough.

  3. 5 out of 5

    jjl

    As an HPE teacher, I felt this book has the potential to help students. I can see recommending it to teens and hoping they would read it. Some of the language etc. make it probably not appropriate to adopt as a class text, however, I think it has a lot of good solid advice for teens who are struggling learn to cope. It provides some good tips and advice that kids could easily adopt. It also provided some great research and stories of experiments that I would love to share with students because I As an HPE teacher, I felt this book has the potential to help students. I can see recommending it to teens and hoping they would read it. Some of the language etc. make it probably not appropriate to adopt as a class text, however, I think it has a lot of good solid advice for teens who are struggling learn to cope. It provides some good tips and advice that kids could easily adopt. It also provided some great research and stories of experiments that I would love to share with students because I found them super interesting and think they would too.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Steph Lauper

    As a child psych, I found this a helpful, easy to use manual for teens as based on the ACT DNA-V model. Accessible format and language for varying language/comprehension ability. Great ideas for session planning if working w teens or as a self-directed book for adolescents. Part 1 speaks to building DNA-V specific skills. Part 2 covers topics including: anxiety, relationships, bullying, low mood, managing screentime/online behaviours, self-confidence. Very comprehensive and content is adaptable. As a child psych, I found this a helpful, easy to use manual for teens as based on the ACT DNA-V model. Accessible format and language for varying language/comprehension ability. Great ideas for session planning if working w teens or as a self-directed book for adolescents. Part 1 speaks to building DNA-V specific skills. Part 2 covers topics including: anxiety, relationships, bullying, low mood, managing screentime/online behaviours, self-confidence. Very comprehensive and content is adaptable. Empowering stuff for teens.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Susan Lozenkovski

    This book is an invaluable toolbox and visual delight that may help adolescents and adults alike to connect with their deepest values and summons the courage to live a more meaningful and authentic life. The authors break down and teach some complex psychological tools grounded in acceptance and commitment therapy in fun and visually memorable ways. This is a highly enjoyable, easily digestible and visually delightful book.

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