By Kate Collins-Donnelly
Construct self belief and vanity with this enjoyable and potent workbook for kids. glance out - the conceit Thief is at the prowl! he is the artful personality who retains stealing your confident vanity out of your vainness Vault, leaving purely unfavorable suggestions and emotions approximately you in the back of. however the excellent news is you could banish him for stable and this workbook will exhibit you the way! full of actions and real-life tales, this creative workbook will exhibit you what vainness is, the way it develops, the impression it could actually have and the way all this is applicable in your personal vainness. utilizing cognitive behavioural and mindfulness ideas and strategies, this workbook may help you alter the way you imagine and act so one can construct optimistic vanity, defend your vanity Vault and banish your vanity Thief for stable! enjoyable, effortless to learn and entire of information and techniques, this is often a great workbook for children elderly 10+ to paintings via on their lonesome or with the aid of a dad or mum or practitioner.
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Extra info for Banish Your Self-Esteem Thief: A Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Workbook on Building Positive Self-esteem for Young People
Your interactions with your family, friends, peers, teachers and other important people in your life can also have an influence on your self-esteem. The way in which your interactions with others can influence you negatively can include: • learning from the way other people respond to themselves and developing similar ways of responding yourself • judging yourself, your abilities and your worth based on the comments that other people make about you and about the importance of certain characteristics, traits and abilities.
Some people will find that certain life experiences they go through and things that certain people say about them make it more difficult for them to think in realistic and accepting and positive ways about themselves at certain times, that is, these situations have a NEGATIVE INFLUENCE on them. Thus, some people may start to THINK IN OVERLY NEGATIVE AND UNREALISTIC WAYS about themselves, their abilities and their worth at those times. This can then lead to these people FEELING NEGATIVELY towards themselves in certain situations where they question their abilities and worth.
These types of behaviours add locks, bolts, chains and security lights to our Vault. And the more locks, bolts, chains and security lights our Vault has, the better protected our thoughts and feelings are… …and our self-esteem can remain positive as a result! Here’s one young person’s story as an example. TANYA’S STORY Tanya is 16 years old. Both her older brother and sister were straight A students at school and one now works as a lawyer and the other as a scientist. Tanya finds subjects such as maths, English and science difficult at school.