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    The Body Image Workbook for Teens: Activities to Help Girls Develop a Healthy Body Image in an Image-Obsessed World (Paperback) By (author) Julia V Taylor, Foreword by Melissa Atkins Wardy

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    DescriptionLike most teens, you want to feel good about the way you look. But what happens when the way you look just doesn't feel good enough? Whether it's online, on TV, or in magazines, images of impossibly perfect--and mostly Photoshopped--young women are everywhere. As a result, you may feel an intense pressure to look a certain way. Your friends feel the pressure too, which often creates a secret comparison competition that can make you feel worse about yourself. So how can you start feeling good about who you are, as is? In "The Body Image Workbook for Teens," you'll find practical exercises and tips that address the most common factors that can lead to negative body image, including: comparison, negative self-talk, unrealistic media images, societal and family pressures, perfectionism, toxic friendships, and a fear of disappointing others. You'll also learn powerful coping strategies to deal with the daily, intense pressures of being a teenage girl. Being a teen girl in today's world is hard, and no one knows that more than you. But if you are ready to stop comparing yourself to others, silence your inner critic, and build authentic, lasting self-confidence--this book is your go-to guide.

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    The Body Image Workbook for Teens
    Activities to Help Girls Develop a Healthy Body Image in an Image-Obsessed World
    Authors and contributors
    By (author) Julia V Taylor, Foreword by Melissa Atkins Wardy
    Physical properties
    Format: Paperback
    Number of pages: 184
    Width: 203 mm
    Height: 254 mm
    ISBN 13: 9781626250185
    ISBN 10: 1626250189

    Warengruppen-Systematik des deutschen Buchhandels: 28100
    BIC E4L: PER
    BIC subject category V2: YNM, YXA
    BIC E4L: NF13+
    B&T Merchandise Category: JUV
    Nielsen BookScan Product Class 3: Y4.4
    BIC subject category V2: YXL
    LC classification: BF
    B&T Book Type: JN
    B&T General Subject: 218
    Ingram Subject Code: YT
    Libri: I-YT
    B&T Approval Code: X13100100
    BISAC V2.8: JNF023000, JNF053160
    Abridged Dewey: 179
    BISAC V2.8: JNF053110, JNF053250
    Thema V1.0: YXA, YXD
    Edition statement
    New Harbinger Publications
    Imprint name
    New Harbinger Publications
    Publication date
    01 December 2014
    Publication City/Country
    Oakland, CA
    Author Information
    Julia V. Taylor, MA, is author of "Salvaging Sisterhood, G.I.R.L.S." ("Girls in Real Life Situations"), "Perfectly You," and "The Bullying Workbook for Teens." Taylor has worked as a middle and high school counselor, and has a passion for empowering girls to stand up to unrealistic media expectations, take healthy risks, and cultivate meaningful relationships. Visit her online at www.juliavtaylor.com. Foreword writer Melissa Atkins Wardy is the author of Redefining Girly: How Parents Can Fight the Stereotyping and Sexualizing of Girlhood, Birth to Tween and the owner of Pigtail Pals & Ballcap Buddies an online boutique offering empowering children's apparel since 2009. Find her at www.pigtailpals.com.
    Review quote
    "With the growing need for more tangible, practical discussion around body image and self-esteem, this workbook serves as a much-needed resource for teens, educators, and parents everywhere. With its easy-to-follow nature, rewarding exercises, and real-life examples to work off of, readers will gain insight on how to discover their true feelings and begin the journey toward self-love and acceptance." --Jess Weiner, self-esteem expert and social messaging strategist