By Kate Collins-Donnelly
Construct self assurance and vanity with this enjoyable and potent workbook for kids. glance out - the vanity Thief is at the prowl! he is the artful personality who retains stealing your confident vainness out of your vainness Vault, leaving in basic terms unfavourable strategies and emotions approximately you in the back of. however the excellent news is you could banish him for reliable and this workbook will convey you ways! choked with actions and real-life tales, this creative workbook will convey you what vanity is, the way it develops, the effect it may well have and the way all this is applicable in your personal vanity. utilizing cognitive behavioural and mindfulness ideas and strategies, this workbook might help you alter the way you imagine and act which will construct confident vainness, safeguard your vanity Vault and banish your vanity Thief for solid! enjoyable, effortless to learn and entire of assistance and methods, this is often a good workbook for teens elderly 10+ to paintings via all alone or with the aid of a father or mother or practitioner.
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It is making such choices that will banish your Self-Esteem Thief, as you will learn. 55 56 Banish Your Self-Esteem Thief Past and current life experiences Every situation we go through in life has the potential to influence how we think and therefore feel about ourselves, that is, our self‑esteem. But certain types of situations are more likely to influence our self-esteem in a negative way, as they can make us more likely to: • doubt ourselves and our abilities • feel less confident • think that the situations and events imply something negative about us.
He thinks only about himself and doesn’t have any morals! In fact, he spends his time stealing other people’s positive self-esteem! He wants you to: • be negatively influenced by experiences and interactions in life • fill your Self-Esteem Vault with negative thoughts and feelings • act in self-defeating ways so your Vault’s defence system breaks down. And when that happens, he will be waiting and ready to creep into your Vault and STEAL ANY POSITIVE, ACCEPTING AND REALISTIC THOUGHTS YOU HAVE IN THERE… 47 48 Banish Your Self-Esteem Thief …and LEAVE THE NEGATIVE AND UNREALISTIC ONES BEHIND!
Write a song or rap. • Write a poem. • Write a short story or play. • Write a blog. • Take a photo or series of photos. • Draw or write down ideas for a short film. • Draw or write down ideas for a dance piece. To inspire you, you’ll find a poem called ‘Everybody Knows’ written by Sophie, aged 14 years, a rap by Wes, aged 15 years, and some pictures created by other young people over the next few pages. Your Self-Esteem SELF-ESTEEM BOX Let’s get creative 33 34 Banish Your Self-Esteem Thief EVERYBODY KNOWS Everybody knows I’m nobody And nobody seems to care Nobody bats an eyelid Whether I’m here or there Everybody knows I’m nobody Even when I follow the crowd Everybody talks over me Even when I try to be loud Everybody knows I’m nobody Does anybody know my name?
Banish Your Self-Esteem Thief: A Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Workbook on Building Positive Self-esteem for Young People by Kate Collins-Donnelly