By Kate Collins-Donnelly
Construct self belief and conceit with this enjoyable and powerful workbook for adolescents. glance out - the conceit Thief is at the prowl! he is the artful personality who retains stealing your confident vainness out of your vainness Vault, leaving in simple terms unfavorable innovations and emotions approximately you in the back of. however the excellent news is you could banish him for solid and this workbook will express you ways! full of actions and real-life tales, this imaginitive workbook will exhibit you what vainness is, the way it develops, the influence it could possibly have and the way all this is applicable in your personal vanity. utilizing cognitive behavioural and mindfulness rules and strategies, this workbook may also help you alter the way you imagine and act with the intention to construct confident vainness, shield your vanity Vault and banish your vanity Thief for solid! enjoyable, effortless to learn and whole of assistance and methods, this can be an outstanding workbook for teens elderly 10+ to paintings via on their lonesome or with the aid of a guardian or practitioner.
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Unlike your average vault, it will never run out of storage space! SPECIAL FEATURE NUMBER 2: ITS DEFENCE SYSTEM Every vault needs a defence system to protect the valuables that are being stored inside it, and the Self-Esteem Vault is no exception. But the difference between a standard vault and the Self-Esteem Vault is that the Self-Esteem Vault’s defence system is linked to its owner’s behaviour! SPECIAL FEATURE NUMBER 3: ITS THOUGHTS AND FEELINGS DUMP! It has a dark, dusty, cobwebby corner right at the very back in which you can dump any thoughts and feelings that you no longer want to keep!
He found the break-up really difficult, especially as he would regularly hear his parents arguing about him. James believes that it is his fault that his parents broke up. He thinks that if he hadn’t been born his parents would have been happy. He feels worthless and useless and wonders why they still want him in their lives. James tries to do anything he can to please his parents so that they won’t reject him. James’s SelfEsteem Vault is vulnerable to his Self-Esteem Thief! In the next Self-Esteem Box you will find a timeline has been drawn for you.
Here’s how one young person’s self-esteem was affected by their interactions with others. ANNETTE’S STORY Annette is 14 years old. She was bullied by a group of girls in her class at school for three years. The bullying started because she wouldn’t smoke with them at lunchtime. They stopped speaking to her, said horrible things about her and used Facebook to spread lies about her. Annette feels worthless and helpless. She believes she is weak and pathetic because she didn’t feel able to do anything about the bullying.
Banish Your Self-Esteem Thief: A Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Workbook on Building Positive Self-esteem for Young People by Kate Collins-Donnelly