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The Self-Compassion Workbook for Teens: Mindfulness and

Compassion Skills to Overcome Self-Criticism and Embrace Who

You Are {mobi/ePub}


The Self-Compassion Workbook for Teens: Mindfulness and Compassion

Skills to Overcome Self-Criticism and Embrace Who You Are {mobi/ePub}

The Self-

Compassion

Workbook for

Teens:

Mindfulness and

Compassion Skills

to Overcome Self-

Criticism and

Embrace Who You

Are {mobi/ePub}

Description

“A wonderful gift for teens, this workbook brings the wisdom and

acceptance of a wise and loving grandparent together with the feeling of

having a best friend who really understands. Building upon the Mindful

Self-Compassion and Making Friends with Yourself curricula, Karen

provides teens with a path toward navigating the challenges of

adolescence and developing an inner resource of wisdom and compassion.

This workbook can change the course of teenagers†lives by providing

the emotional resilience to get through challenges and pursue their

dreams. Teens need never feel alone again.― —Michelle Becker, MA

, licensed marriage and family therapist, compassion teacher, cofounder

of MSC Teacher Training, and founder of the Compassion for Couples

program“Wow! This book gets right to the heart of self-compassion,

offering life-changing exercises in the easiest possible way. Written by

the top expert on teens and self-compassion, it is based on solid

research and the experience of thousands of people whose lives were

transformed by the practices. Iâ€ll be recommending this book not only

to teens, but also to the teenager in each of us.― —Christopher

Germer, PhD, lecturer in psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and author

of The Mindful Path to Self-Compassion“Teens, this workbook is a fun

way of exploring how to more deeply know and care for yourself, your

friends, and family. The authors offer lots of creative ways to explore

your inner life, get to know yourself better, and take control of your

life to build a caring and compassionate world.― —Mark Greenberg, PhD

, Bennett Endowed Chair in Prevention Research at Penn State, and author

of over 350 journal articles and book chapters on prevention for mental

health concerns and the promotion of well-being“As if everyday life

isnâ€t challenging enough, most teens add to their struggles by

unnecessarily judging themselves when problems and challenges arise. By

learning to treat themselves with the same kindness and compassion that

they show to their friends and loved ones, teenagers can build

confidence, reduce their stress and unhappiness, and face lifeâ€s

challenges with greater equanimity. Bluthâ€s exceptionally engaging and

accessible book should be required reading for all teens (and their


parents).― —Mark Leary, PhD, professor of psychology and neuroscience

at Duke University, and author of The Curse of the Self“The Self-

Compassion Workbook for Teens is highly engaging, realistic, and wise.

Bluth has anchored the applications of self-compassion to the common and

highly stressful experiences of adolescents, as they negotiate family,

peer, and school pressures. There is a wonderful balance of mindfulness,

self-kindness, and common humanity that should enable young people both

to manage stress and to develop greater empathy for others. The

distinction between self-esteem and self-compassion may be the most

important contribution of the workbook to preventing depression in

adolescents.― —John F. Curry, PhD, ABPP, professor in the department

of psychiatry and behavioral sciences, and department of psychology and

neuroscience at Duke University“By learning the art of befriending

yourself, you can become at peace in the world—with yourself, your

friends, family, and peers. It sounds simple, but teens know itâ€s not

always so easy these days. But I know that you can do it, and this

wonderful book shows you how.― —Dzung X. Vo, MD, author of The

Mindful Teen“This book offers powerful skills for facing the daily

challenges of life as a modern teenager. The beauty of these skills is

that they help us when we are feeling most alone, useless, and hopeless.

It is a huge relief to know that there are some very simple, easy things

that we can do to support ourselves when we are feeling crappy and

unhappy. So, if you are a typical teenager and feel like this sometimes

or often, open this book, and begin learning how to be compassionate

with yourself.― —Amy Saltzman MD, author of A Still Quiet Place for

Teens“In this engaging workbook, Karen Bluth provides teenagers with a

valuable road map to their minds and hearts as they navigate the ups and

downs of adolescence. In her warm, authentic, personal voice, she draws

teens in using art, music, writing, photography, humor, and creative

activities to help them connect to this wisdom on a deeply personal

level. She grounds this book in the science of compassion and

mindfulness, and translates it into practices that resonate with

teenagers†lived experiences. This workbook is a terrific resource for

everyone—but especially for young people struggling with the

challenges of self-criticism and anxiety. Bluth not only teaches

‘about†compassion; she communicates compassion through her

openhearted message to teens everywhere: you are not alone.―—Trish

Broderick, PhD, clinical psychologist and research associate at the Edna

Bennett Pierce Prevention Research Cent

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