Gratitude Journal & Wellness Guide for Teens
Hardcover A5 Teen Gratitude journal & Wellness Guide is perfect for ages 12-18.
(Depending on your child it can be suitable for ages 10+)
Practicing gratitude regularly has been proven to not only increase levels of happiness but also to have a positive effect on health and well-being.
Adolescence is a challenging time when self-absorbed and entitled behaviour can quickly become a habit – but it doesn’t have to.
Evidence has shown that teens who practice gratitude are more engaged in their schoolwork and hobbies, have higher grades, and are less envious, depressed, and materialistic.¹ The AwesoME Inc Gratitude Journal & Wellness Guide is a simple way to give your teen an effective tool that can help them now and throughout their lives.
WELLNESS GUIDE INCLUDED
As well as space to write down what you are grateful for there are tips on happiness and self-care, how to manage your emotions and the overwhelm of social media, change your mindset, mindfulness, meditation, inspirational words and more. Improve your levels of happiness and learn to live a content and meaningful life.
TIPS FOR SOCIAL MEDIA OVERWHELM
HOW TO MANAGE EMOTIONS
MINDFULNESS COLOURING PAGES
HAPPINESS SCALE TO SPOT MOOD PATTERNS
HEALTHY SLEEP HABITS
BREATHING & MEDITATION TECHNIQUES
CHANGE NEGATIVE THOUGHT PATTERNS
Teenagers who practice gratitude show increased positive emotions and optimism, decreased negative emotions and physical symptoms, and feel more connected and satisfied with school, family, friends and themselves.²
Maintaining a happy and grateful mindset can be difficult for teens as they navigate the years between childhood and adulthood.
Research³ has shown that practicing gratitude:
- makes you feel good
- it makes you more resilient
- makes you more generous and compassionate
- it helps you feel less isolated and lonely
- boosts your immune system
- helps strengthens your personal relationships
- it even improves sleep (and this is a big one for teenagers!)
Gratitude is one of the easiest and most effective ways of retraining our brains. If you FOCUS ON THE GOOD, soon you will see more, enjoy more and appreciate more.
“I recently brought one of your journals for my sons birthday. I did hum and har about buying him one but I am soooo happy I did. He has moments of anger and gets really down on himself very quickly. We read the intro together and he has looked forward to recording his days since. You guys have an AMAZING product and I look forward to buying my other children one each also!!!!”
“Am loving my gratitude journal!!!! Got one for myself & one for my daughter. It is so refreshing to write down the things that I am thankful & grateful for daily (well almost daily!) & start each day with a positive outlook, it is working well with my daughter too – life is too short to be consistently miserable & these journals are a positive & reflective tool in our lives.”
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RAISING RESILIENT TEENS
We recently held an event in Auckland bringing you practical tips on BUILDING RESILIENCE and BOOSTING CONFIDENCE in your teen…
Topics covered were building resilience, tips for dealing with anxiety and other overwhelming emotions, bullying and social media, body positivity, healthy nutrition habits, plus how to practice gratitude and mindfulness. If you would like to talk to us about future events please contact [email protected]
“Thank you for presenting such a beautiful, relaxed, engaging, inspiring workshop that was perfect in every way. You were all so real and the stories told and the factual information given was perfect and on point. You should be super proud of your organisation and all that you are doing.”
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References: 1. Bono, G. 2012. Searching for the Developmental Role of Gratitude: A 4-year Longitudinal Analysis. Oral presentation at the American Psychological Association’s 120th Annual Convention, Orange County, USA; 2. J. J. Froh, and R. Emmons. 2011. Gratitude and the Reduced Costs of Materialism in Adolescents. Journal of Happiness Studies 12:289–302; 3. J. J. Froh, G. Bono, and R. Emmons. 2010. Being Grateful is Beyond Good Manners: Gratitude and Motivation to Contribute to Society Among Early Adolescents. Motivation and Emotion 34:144–157