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By Kate Collins-Donnelly

ISBN-10: 1849054622

ISBN-13: 9781849054621

Construct self assurance and vanity with this enjoyable and powerful workbook for teens. glance out - the conceit Thief is at the prowl! he is the artful personality who retains stealing your confident vanity out of your vainness Vault, leaving in basic terms unfavorable ideas and emotions approximately you in the back of. however the excellent news is you could banish him for sturdy and this workbook will convey you ways! filled with actions and real-life tales, this creative workbook will exhibit you what vanity is, the way it develops, the impression it could have and the way all this is applicable on your personal vainness. utilizing cognitive behavioural and mindfulness rules and strategies, this workbook might help you alter the way you imagine and act that allows you to construct confident vanity, shield your vanity Vault and banish your vainness Thief for reliable! enjoyable, effortless to learn and whole of tips and methods, this is often an exceptional workbook for youngsters elderly 10+ to paintings via all alone or with the aid of a guardian or practitioner.

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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?

Introducing the Self-Esteem Vault and the Self-Esteem Thief! The Self-Esteem Thief The Self-Esteem Thief isn’t the nicest character you’ll ever meet. 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.

41 42 Banish Your Self-Esteem Thief When we are young! ’ But with each passing day, month and year, we go through more and more experiences in life and spend more and more time with other people. And the older we get, the more varied these experiences get and the greater number of people we interact with. All of these experiences and interactions have the potential to INFLUENCE how we think and feel about ourselves, that is, our selfesteem. But why is this? Because it is from these experiences and interactions that we start to learn things about our CHARACTERISTICS, TRAITS, ABILITIES, SKILLS, LIKES and DISLIKES, as well as how other people view those same things about us and what kinds of characteristics, traits and abilities are seen as valuable and worthy by certain people in our lives and in society as a whole.

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