Growing up is a time of physical changes and intense emotional turmoil. To make matters worse, one often becomes one’s worst critic. In such times, one needs self-compassion to deal with the insecurities and stress. 

One needs to develop the skills to be kinder to oneself and the confidence to say – “I’m not so worried if others don’t like me … because I like me!”

Written by psychologist Karen Bluth, the workbook offers fun and tactile exercises to help one cope with the challenges of life as a teen. 

The Self-Compassion Workbook for Teens: Mindfulness and Compassion Skills to Overcome Self-Criticism and Embrace Who You Are eBook: Bluth, Karen, Neff, Kristin: Kindle Store

Credits: Amazon Kindle Store
Image credits : UNC Chapel Hill

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Karen Bluth, Ph.D.

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