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Don't sweat the small stuff for teens : simple ways to keep your cool in stressful times

Author: Richard Carlson
Publisher: New York : Hachette Books, 2017. ©2000
Edition/Format:   Print book : Secondary (senior high) school : English : First paperback reissue editionView all editions and formats
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Material Type: Secondary (senior high) school
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Carlson
ISBN: 9780786885978 0786885971
OCLC Number: 1048615259
Description: xvi, 242 pages ; 17 cm
Contents: Don't Throw Up on Your Friends! --
Convince Yourself that One Teen Does Make a Difference --
Don't Sweat the Breakups --
Practice Mental Aikido --
Avoid the Words "I Know" When Someone Is Talking --
Check Out These Odds! (the Likelihood that Everyone Will Like You) --
Get Out of the Emergency Lane --
Be OK with Your Bad Hair Day --
Drop the Drama --
Get High! --
Try Not to Become a Fault-Finder --
Let Him Have His Accident Somewhere Else --
Be Selective When Choosing Your Battles --
Make Peace with Your Mistakes --
Be Happy for Others --
Volunteer Your Time --
Check Out the Space Between Your Thoughts --
Ask a Trusted Friend or Family Member, "What Are My Weaknesses?" --
Root for the Underdog --
Make Peace with Boredom --
Don't Let Your Low Moods Trick You --
Don't Let the Low Moods of Others Trick You Either --
See Your Choices as Forks in the Road --
Get Involved in Sports --
Become a Teenage Warrior --
Put It on Paper --
Don't Expect Life to Be Easy or Trouble-Free --
Dare to Show Enthusiasm --
Find Peace Through Giving --
Become 25 Percent Less Critical --
Walk Away --
Allow a New Idea to Come to You --
Get Ready Early --
Avoid the 90-10 Trap --
Be the Role Model --
Don't Underestimate Yourself --
Get Over Completion Anxiety --
See the Possibilities --
Practice Not Sweating the Really Small Stuff --
Don't Keep Your Pain a Secret --
Make a Good First Impression --
Be Careful to Avoid the "I'll Show You" Trap --
Experience Perfect Imperfection --
Dare to Be Ethical --
Become "Button-Proof" --
Trust Your Inner Signals --
Take Time Out to Watch the Sunset --
Read a Minimum of Eight Pages a Day --
Make Space in Your Heart for Those Really Bad Days --
Don't Sweat the Future --
Experience Vibrant Health --
Visit the Elderly --
Be Aware of the Law of Diminishing Returns --
Develop Your Presence --
Remind Yourself that No One Is Out to Get You --
Go the Extra Mile --
Watch Your Language --
Be Creative in Your Rebellion --
Let People Talk --
Reflect on the Map --
Dish Out Praise --
Don't Burn Bridges --
Understand the Law of Focus --
Use Reminder Cards --
Be Glad to Be a Teen --
Experience Deep Listening --
Be Wary of Friends Who Encourage You to Dwell --
Create Your Own Special Place --
Remember to Be Grateful --
Read the Fine Print --
Look for the Innocence --
Don't Exaggerate Your Troubles --
Develop a Theme for the Day --
Apply the 1-10 Scale --
Remain Optimistic --
Empathize --
Look Who's Doing Yoga --
Be Careful that You're Not Practicing Being Unhappy --
Cut Your Losses --
Examine Your Headlines --
Notice Your Parents Doing Things Right --
Become a Little Less Stubborn --
Remember to Be Kind --
Take Criticism a Little Less Personally --
Understand the Four Pillars of Thought: Pillar #1 --
The What --
Pillar #2 --
The When --
Pillar #3 --
The How --
Pillar #4 --
The Fact Of --
Tame Your Anger --
Don't Be an Approval-Seeker --
Don't Be a Disapproval-Seeker Either --
Keep Your Sense of Humor --
Admit that You're Wrong --
or that You've Made a Mistake --
Remember that Everyone Has the Right to Be Happy --
Go with the Flow --
Experience Delayed Reactions --
Keep in Mind that as One Door Closes, Another One Opens --
Embrace the Attitude, "This Too Shall Pass" --
Listen to Those Wake-Up Calls --
Continue Your Journey.
Other Titles: Do not sweat the small stuff for teens
Responsibility: Richard Carlson, Ph. D. ; forewords by Robin Sharma and Kristine Carlson.

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