My Worry Journal: Write Away Your Worries And Chill Out With Some Calming Activities
My Worry Journal: Write Away Your Worries And Chill Out With Some Calming Activities
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My Worry Journal: Write Away Your Worries And Chill Out With Some Calming Activities

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Everyone worries – it’s a normal part of life – but whenever it feels a bit too much we need to stop, take a breath, and do something fun! My Worry Journal is for those times. It contains a fabulous selection of activities based on CBT and mindfulness techniques, with doodling pages designed to help children cope with feelings of worry.



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Dimensions: 20.5 x 15.8 x 0 cm

Book Type: Paperback / softback

Pages: 96

Publishing Date: 20220811

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A new journal inspired by the number-one best-selling children’s mental health title Don’t Worry, Be Happy by Poppy O’Neill

This activity journal contains cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) and mindfulness techniques to help children aged 7+ manage their worries

Everyone worries – it’s a normal part of life – but whenever it feels a bit too much we need to stop, take a breath, and do something fun!

My Worry Journal is for those times. It contains a fabulous selection of activities and doodling pages designed to help manage feelings of worry and doubt.

Inside you can:

  • Fill in a smile diary
  • Create your own positive affirmations
  • Take some mindful breaths
  • Doodle your way to calm with the help of some friendly monsters

This engaging journal allows children to tune into their feelings and find creative and lasting ways to cope with their worries. It contains simple ideas and activities throughout, allowing the child to work independently or with guidance from a grown-up.

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