Journaling is an important activity that allows people to reflect and become more aware of their positive experiences and things to be thankful for. Parents, teachers, and mental health professionals can encourage journaling in kids and teens to improve their self-esteem.
If you are trying to help a child or teen feel good about themselves, use our self-esteem journal. It prompts them to focus on their positive attributes, strengths, goals, and challenges that they have overcome.
As them to spend a few minutes writing about themselves on this worksheet. By letting them focus on good things, their feelings and behaviors improve over time.
Want more resources like this? Check out our full catalog of self-esteem worksheets and handouts.
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