By Kate Collins-Donnelly
Construct self assurance and conceit with this enjoyable and powerful workbook for adolescents. glance out - the conceit Thief is at the prowl! he is the artful personality who retains stealing your confident vainness out of your vanity Vault, leaving basically unfavourable recommendations and emotions approximately you at the back of. however the excellent news is you could banish him for strong and this workbook will express you ways! jam-packed with actions and real-life tales, this innovative workbook will exhibit you what vanity is, the way it develops, the effect it may well have and the way all this is applicable for your personal vainness. utilizing cognitive behavioural and mindfulness ideas and strategies, this workbook can assist you alter the way you imagine and act with a view to construct confident vanity, shield your vanity Vault and banish your vainness Thief for sturdy! enjoyable, effortless to learn and whole of counsel and methods, this is often a superb workbook for youth elderly 10+ to paintings via on their lonesome or with assistance from a mother or father or practitioner.
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EMBARRASSMENT ENVY UNHAPPINESS JEALOUSY SHAME DISTRESS ANGER SELF-LOATHING FEAR INSECURITY INCOMPETENCY SELF-BLAME TENSION DISGUST STRESS A SENSE OF REJECTION ANXIETY DISAPPROVAL LOW MOOD LONELINESS A SENSE OF FAILURE DISAPPOINTMENT DISCOMFORT GUILT HELPLESSNESS UNCERTAINTY A SENSE OF INFERIORITY HOPELESSNESS SADNESS FRUSTRATION HUMILIATION SELF-DOUBT UPSET WORTHLESSNESS A SENSE OF INADEQUACY A LACK OF CONFIDENCE CONFUSION ISOLATION SELF-CONSCIOUSNESS DISTRUST 8. Do you regularly worry about experiencing any of the following?
HUMILIATION FAILURE REJECTION BEING JUDGED NEGATIVELY BY OTHERS Your Self-Esteem 9. The table below contains a list of what we call ‘self-defeating’ behaviours. Tick any that you regularly do because of your thoughts and feelings about yourself. BEHAVIOUR Avoid people Avoid certain types of situations Put off or avoid doing things Put off or avoid making decisions Avoid voicing your opinion Avoid expressing your feelings, wishes or needs Escape from situations that you are in Quit part way through doing things Hide aspects of yourself from others Try to please other people Try to be in 100 per cent control of a situation Work to excess Act aggressively towards others Act aggressively towards yourself Agree with others even though you don’t really agree with them Agree to do things you don’t want to do to please others instead of saying ‘no’ Say ‘sorry’ even though you have done nothing wrong APPLIES TO ME 29 30 Banish Your Self-Esteem Thief BEHAVIOUR Put yourself down when you speak Put your opinions down when you speak Avoid dealing with conflict Avoid dealing with problems Avoid dealing with situations where someone treats you or your rights with disrespect Allow others to get away with doing things you asked them not to do Use unconfident body language Use aggressive body language Seek reassurance from others about you and your abilities Seek sympathy from others Get other people to do things for you Do risky or dangerous things to prove yourself to others APPLIES TO ME Your Self-Esteem 10.
These all have the potential to be positive influences on us. However, for the purposes of this chapter, I will be focusing on their POTENTIAL TO BE A NEGATIVE INFLUENCE on our self-esteem by… making us more likely to think and feel in overly negative or unrealistic ways and to fill our Self-Esteem Vault with such thoughts and feelings. But, just because each of the influences has the potential to do this, it doesn’t mean that you have to think and feel in negative ways as a result. All these are merely POTENTIAL negative influences.