A Girl's Guide to Mindfulness
Do you ever feel stressed, anxious, or overwhelmed? As a teen girl, you're under a lot of pressure. Mindfulness can help. Being You explores mindfulness as a simple but powerful way to center oneself and tap into one's own inner wisdom and strength. This book:
Table of Contents
Acknowledgements Introduction CHAPTER 1 mindfulness is a practice, not a perfect CHAPTER 2 savoring pleasant moments CHAPTER 3 stressed, depressed, and quite a mess CHAPTER 4 monkey mind and lizard brain CHAPTER 5 one breath at a time CHAPTER 6 comfortable in your own skin CHAPTER 7 THINK before yous peak . . . or text or insta any thing CHAPTER 8 empathy and compassion CHAPTER 9 an attitude of gratitude CHAPTER 10 sharing your gifts with the world References About the Author
Catharine Hannay is the founder of MindfulTeachers.org, an internationally-respected resource on mindfulness and compassion. She is also a regular contributor to the Center for Adolescent Studies blog.
Essentially an instructional guide and manual, Being You: A Girl's Guide to Mindfulness is exceptionally well written, organized and presented -- making it an ideal and unreservedly recommended addition to the personal reading lists of teenage girls, as well as highschool and community library Self-Help/Self-Improvement collections.,Mary Cowper,Midwest Book Review, 10/17/19
Overall, this book was very good, especially for teenage girls going through stressful situations. It includes plenty of activities for anyone to do. I found it very helpful and I'd definitely recommend it to anyone looking for a mindfulness book of this type.,Lily Bennett,Padraig O'Morain, 12/13/20