How to Feel Good by Tricia Mangan
20 Things Teens Can Do

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Being a teenager can be tough. It can be really hard sometimes to feel good about yourself and your abilities. New relationships and experiences are happening all around you, and that can make you insecure, overwhelmed, or stressed out.

How to Feel Good will help you slow down and pay attention to how you feel and what you think about yourself.

This book presents 20 simple, mind-healthy skills to guide you toward self-awareness and to teach you to stay calm and self-confident. You will also find additional strategies, self-reflection questions, and easy-to-do tools to help end frustration and develop patience so that you can achieve your goals.

Are you ready? Do 1 or learn all 20 skills and take charge of you. You are just a step away from feeling more confident, secure, and GREAT!
 

About Tricia Mangan

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Published September 15, 2011 by Magination Press. 125 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Education & Reference, Young Adult, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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The author also makes questionable claims about the mind-body connection (“When you smile, your body sends a signal to your brain that you are happy”) and fails to make a case for regarding side forays into food habits and environmental concerns as relevant to her topic.

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In her book How to Feel Good, Tricia Mangan presents teens (ages 13-18) with 20 simple, mind-healthy skills to guide them toward self-awareness and to teach self-confidence and calmness.

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