10 powerful skills to help you deal with anxious thoughts and feelings—so you can get back to being a teen!
Being a teen girl isn’t easy—even without an anxiety disorder. In a world where you face extremely high expectations at school, social media overwhelm, and a relentless pressure to be perfect, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed. And if you have anxiety, this is especially true. But you should know that there are ways for you to manage your fears and worries, so you can get back to living your life. This book will show you how.
In The Teen Girl’s Anxiety Survival Guide, you’ll find 10 strategies to help you cope with anxious thoughts and feelings in healthy ways. You’ll learn all about how anxiety works, and why you feel it; how to overcome negative thinking; mindfulness skills for calming your mind and body; and how self-compassion can help you cultivate a more positive outlook on life. You’ll also discover how to balance screen time and social media use; and strengthen relationships with family and friends, so you can get the support you need to be your best.
As a teen girl, sometimes you just need a space to breathe and be yourself. With this fun and friendly guide, you’ll learn to find that space within yourself—a place of your own where you can go anytime life feels a little tooextra.
What are you waiting for?
About the Author:
Lucie Hemmen, PhD, is a licensed clinical psychologist who specializes in working with teens and their parents in private practice while raising two teen girls of her own, Marley and Daisy. She is author of Parenting a Teen Girl, and has written The Teen Girl’s Survival Guide for girls who identify social stress as a top concern. Hemmen lives and practices in Santa Cruz, CA.