Is stress getting the best of you? Do you ever feel overwhelmed, like your life is zooming by? This practical, proven-effective, and easy-to-use survival guide has your back!
School pressure, BFF drama, body changes, social media, dating-is it any wonder you're feeling stressed? You aren't alone. Many teens today find themselves worried, anxious, and stressed out. But there are ways you can take control of your stress before it interferes with your life. This go-to survival guide" will show you how to deal with stress so you can get back to the things that make you happy.
With this fun and easy guide, you'll learn how cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) can help you challenge negative thoughts and replace them with more helpful, flexible ways of seeing life's challenges. You'll also discover how important it is to slow down and notice the things that are really going well in your life! Finally, you'll learn to figure out what's really important to you, and how you can use your values to build resilience against stress and future setbacks.
Life is full of stress, but that doesn't mean you have to be. With this book, you'll learn to quiet your negative inner voice and focus on your strengths, so you can conquer any challenge you might face, achieve your goals, and live your very best life.
About the Author:
Jeffrey Bernstein, PhD, is a psychologist with over thirty years' experience specializing in child, adolescent, couples, and family therapy. He holds a PhD in counseling psychology from the University at Albany, State University of New York, and completed his postdoctoral internship at the Center for Counseling and Psychological Services at the University of Pennsylvania. He has served as an expert advisor for The Today Show, Court TV, CBS Eyewitness News, NBC 10 - Philadelphia, and appeared on National Public Radio. He has authored five books, including 10 Days to a Less Defiant Child, 10 Days to Less Distracted Child, Liking the Child You Love, Why Can't You Read My Mind?, and Letting Go of Anger, a card deck for teens.