Take the guesswork out of relationships, anxiety, and emotions with this fun and simple workbook!
As a teenager, you’ve got a lot on your plate. From dealing with school and extracurriculars to the expectations of your friends and family, there’s a lot that you have to devote time and energy to.
Having good friends by your side can make it easier to handle life’s challenges and overcome hardship – but we aren’t born with a best friend, and it can seem difficult to start building genuine connections.
That’s where this easy workbook comes in. Inside these pages, you’ll find evidence-based strategies for alleviating anxiety, creating lasting friendships, and generally feeling better.
Rather than being a slave to your emotions, you’ll learn “how to deal” even in high-stress situations. You’ll even discover how to identify the friendships that may not be so friendly and what to do about them.
When you struggle with anxiety, the thought of striking up a conversation with a stranger or making a new friend can be downright terrifying. But it doesn’t have to be that way.
You’re stronger and more capable than you realize, and it’s time for you to start getting to know yourself a little better. By the end of this book, you’ll be able to identify what makes you so unique and how to play to your strengths in your social life.
In this guide, here is just a fraction of what you will discover:
7 foolproof ways to make new friends in and out of school
Real-world stories from teens just like you to help you see these strategies at work
Practical strategies and tips for managing your emotions, making friends, and being yourself
What makes a good friend and how to identify the friendships that tear you down instead of raising you up
How avoidance behaviors are actually holding you back, even if they feel helpful in the moment
5 types of self-care and how to assess whether you’re using effective strategies to feel better
Why assertive communication is the key to speaking your mind and how it differs from aggressive communication
How to identify and challenge negative thinking with evidence-based practices
And so much more!
It can sometimes feel like change is impossible. When you’re overwhelmed by anxiety, toxic friendships, pressure from parents, and all the other demands of life, you might think that life is always going to be this way. But that isn’t the case.
The truth is, change is possible! By taking the first step toward becoming more aware of who you are and how you act, you’ll be making an important stride forward toward becoming who you’re meant to be with real friends who value you.
If you’re ready to start making true friendships and overcome your anxiety, then scroll up, click “Buy Now”, and get your copy today!
Give your teen the resources you wish had been given to you when you were their age.