Fighting Invisible Tigers: Stress Management for Teens (16pt Large Print Edition)

Fighting Invisible Tigers: Stress Management for Teens (16pt Large Print Edition)

by Earl Hipp

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Overview

When you're stressed out, it can feel like being in a dense jungle full of invisible tigers-you can't see them, but you can sense them all around you. Seriously stressed? Find Help Here. Too much to do and not enough time....If this sounds familiar, you're not alone. Tests, reports, sports, band, homework, after-school job-the list of things you have to do can be long. At times it can be hard to deal with issues that come up at home and with friends. Fighting Invisible Tigers can help. LEARN '' 10 TIGER-TAMING TECHNIQUES '' Breathing and relaxation exercises to unwind. Time management and goal setting tools to accomplish more with less stress Advice for tough situations-including peer pressure and bullying. Tips for building a strong support network of family and friends. Ideas for staying positive-even during difficult times. These and other everyday strategies can help you escape the stress jungle. Throughout, you'll find fast facts, teen quotes, and resources where you can find out more.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780369304285
Publisher: ReadHowYouWant
Publication date: 06/16/2009
Pages: 234
Product dimensions: 6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x 0.49(d)
Age Range: 11 - 18 Years

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Fighting Invisible Tigers: Stress Management for Teens 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
SadieReads on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
"Fighting Invisible Tigers" is a great self-help book for teens dealing with stress. I remember back to high school and the levels of stress I felt jugging AP classes, sports, friends, family, and a job. I also remember the adults in my life saying useless and unhelpful things like, "You think you're stressed now? Just wait until you're in the real world. Then you'll know what stress is." I think if I had had access to this book in high school I would have felt more validated in my feelings of stress; that someone was acknowledging that what I was feeling was real and important and needed to be addressed. As an adult reading this book I was reminded of some good strategies that I should be employing to deal with the stress in my life: get moving, fight stress with food, find my inner calm, stand up for myself, weave a safety net of support, take charge of my life, get time on my side, risk trying new things, stand on solid ground, and choose the upside view. Teens will like the straightforward manner the material is presented. It's not preachy and it's not overloaded with the science of stress. The scenarios presented are real, the methods for managing stress are realistic, and the quotes from real teens show that teens are not alone in battling stress. This is a must-read for every teen looking to cope.