Overcoming Procrastination For Teens

Author: William J. Knaus
Publisher: New Harbinger Publications
ISBN: 9781626254596
Size: 18.90 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
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Procrastinating is a bad habit that can hinder your success and follow you well into adulthood. With this book, procrastination expert Bill Knaus offers a step-by-step guide to overcoming procrastination. With simple and fun exercises and skills based in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), you’ll learn to organize your schedule, manage homework, overcome negative self-talk, and improve your self-esteem. Procrastination is a universal topic—it’s a problem that plagues millions of high school and college students and concerns teachers and parents. If you’re someone who procrastinates, you know your delays can have a negative impact on your life—especially when it comes to grades and preparing for the future. Even worse, if you aren’t able to overcome your procrastination habit, it can have a limiting effect on your success as an adult. So, what can you do to strip away the procrastination barriers and successfully meet your challenges? Overcoming Procrastination for Teens is a practical, research-supported workbook to help you understand the habit of procrastination, reduce it, and increase your ability to get things done. Using tips and tools based in CBT, you’ll learn how to address unfounded fears, improve self-perception, manage your time and feelings of boredom or indifference, increase critical thinking abilities and organizational skills, and much more. With this comprehensive self-help training manual, you’ll develop the self-mastery you need to lessen procrastination and be ready to meet your challenges, get more done, feel better, and prepare for the future—setting the stage for success in high school, in college, and beyond.

What S My Style

Author: Betty Caldwell
Publisher:
ISBN: 1432734768
Size: 17.58 MB
Format: PDF
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DOES THIS SOUND FAMILIAR?Your middle or high school student?Çódoesnt test well, despite doing well in class?Çó is easily distracted, frequently bored and thinks outside the box?Çó is great with complex issues, stymied by simple ones?Çó may be a gifted learner, doing advanced work?Çó procrastinates, loses track of time and is disorganizedDesigned for teens by teens, this is the book your student will actually read. With original cartoons, short stories for today's readers and compelling activities. Whats My Style presents the time-tested Stressless Tests?« Method to students, parents and teachers. With these real-world tools and strategies, students will discover the secrets to higher levels of confidence and classroom performance. A break-through book for those who want to see the world of research and theory translated into skills that will transform students' self-understanding and classroom results.Parents say: What have you done to my son?? He has been so upbeat and confident, more contented, telling me he has higher expectations now! He doesnt know why, but cares about his grades and is currently pulling FOUR As, One B and one C. A tremendous improvement from the beginning of the year. Darlene Sinunu Your courses made an enormous difference. He received his report card and received all As and one B. In addition, his honors course teachers in English and History have recommended him for AP/GT next year. Ann Windsor

The Perfectionism Workbook For Teens

Author: Ann Marie Dobosz
Publisher: New Harbinger Publications
ISBN: 9781626254565
Size: 17.84 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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Unhealthy perfectionism can result in low self-esteem, severe anxiety, and self-destructive behavior—and teens are especially vulnerable. Based in proven-effective cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), this workbook will help you develop the self-compassion and mindfulness tools you need to counteract the negative effects of perfectionism and develop new, healthy skills for boosting your self-confidence. In our high-pressure society, it’s easy to hold ourselves (and others) to impossibly high standards. And when we fail to meet those standards—as we inevitably do—we may become overly critical of ourselves, or lash out toward others. While perfectionism is often associated with positive traits, such as conscientiousness, ambition, and pride in good work, dysfunctional perfectionism is destructive and can lead to anxiety, low self-esteem, relationship problems, and a number of mental health concerns, like depression, procrastination, and self-harm. With The Perfectionism Workbook for Teens, you’ll gain a clear understanding of what perfectionism is and learn to differentiate between healthy and unhealthy perfectionism so you’ll be better able to manage your own and others’ expectations. Using powerful tools drawn from cognitive behavioral and mindfulness-based therapies, you’ll learn to identify your perfectionist thoughts, discover new ways of responding to your critical inner voice, and build the skills you need to combat negative behaviors based in perfectionism, like chronic procrastination. If perfectionism is causing trouble in your life, the techniques and exercises in this book will help you develop non-perfectionist skills and habits, leading to reduced fear, anxiety, and shame, and increased self-compassion and confidence in getting things done and handling daily pressures.

The Anxiety Survival Guide For Teens

Author: Jennifer Shannon
Publisher: New Harbinger Publications
ISBN: 9781626252455
Size: 20.85 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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Do you have problems with anxiety? The Anxiety Survival Guide for Teens is a much-needed, go-to guide to help you finally break free from the worry and ruminations that can get in the way of reaching your goals. If you have anxiety, your fears and worries can keep you from feeling confident and independent. Teen milestones such as making friends, dating, getting good grades, or taking on more mature responsibilities, may seem much more difficult. And if you're like countless other anxious teens, you may even avoid situations that cause you anxiety altogether—leaving you stuck in a cycle of worry and avoidance. So, how can you take control of your anxiety before it takes control of you? Based in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), this book helps you identify your "monkey mind"—the primitive part of the brain where anxious thoughts arise. You’ll also be able to determine if you suffer from generalized anxiety, phobias, social anxiety, panic and agoraphobia, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), or separation anxiety. Full of powerful yet simple cartoon illustrations, this book will teach you practical strategies for handling even the toughest situations that previously caused you to feel anxious or worried. If you’re ready to feel more independent, more confident, and be your best, this unique book will show you how.

Interpreting Procrastination Key To Success Happiness And Wellness

Author: Wasif Haq
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
ISBN: 9781365648717
Size: 15.29 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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Procrastination has been viewed negatively. We are told to beat and defeat procrastination, when in reality, procrastination is a natural and actually quite useful phenomena. Procrastination needs to be interpreted as it may contain valuable messages for us, following which we can achieve success and explore our real potential. In the book 'Interpreting Procrastination; Key to Success, Happiness and Wellness', it is argued that procrastination is a symptom rather than a cause and that if we understand the hidden messages encrypted in procrastination, our productivity can increase. The book also covers latest research data to highlight how the brain responds under different conditions and importantly how stress can cause brain damage which may result in cognitive difficulties including procrastination. If you want to understand yourself, your needs and how different factors may impact your learning and attention, 'Interpreting Procrastination; Key to Success, Happiness and Wellness' is a must read.