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Includes key strategies for sticking up for yourself, maintaining your self-esteem even when others tease you, and finding friends who like you for who you are
Coping With Cliques: A Workbook to Help Girls Deal With Gossip, Put-Downs, Bullying, and Other Mean Behavior. A must have collection for anyone who works with teens. When you're the target of snubbing or teasing at school, it's easy to feel like everyone else has a group of friends and you're the only odd one out. The reality is that gossip and rumors hurt everyone, and often, even the most popular girls feel alone. Making your way through school isn't easy, and it definitely required more than the right shoes and lip gloss. You'll need a cool head and the confidence to be yourself in the face of serious social challenges.This workbook will help you deal with cliques, teasing, and gossip, and show you how to avoid getting caught up in the hurtful pattern of behavior. Recommended for ages 12-18.
This workbook is also part of the Emotional Intelligence Set of 10 Workbooks. Click here to purchase the set.
This workbook is also part of the Emotional Intelligence Set of 16 Workbooks. Click here to purchase the set.
Designed to deal with Self-Esteem, Teamwork, Communication, Anger Management, Self Discovery, and Coping Skills Fun games are designed to encourage, modify behavior, increase interaction, and more Activities can be used...
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Fun and engaging mental exercises that use cognitive skills Reproducible activities with step-by-step instructions Activities are rated as easy, moderate, or challenging May be used in conjunction with the Brain...
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