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Get Out of Your Mind & into Your Life for Teens: A Guide to Living an Extraordinary Life [Anglais] [Broché]

Joseph Ciarrochi

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Get Out of Your Mind and Into Your Life for Teens Suitable for teen readers, this title presents a comprehensive acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), positive psychology, and emotional intelligence plan for moving past depression, anxiety, unhealthy behaviors, and simple self-doubt. It follows the journey of the characters Jess and Sam as they learn to control their impulses.

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4.0 étoiles sur 5 A novel, engaging approach for teens and those who love them! 15 juin 2012
Par Amy R. Murrell - Publié sur
The teen years can be plagued with self-doubt and painful emotion, and teenagers caught-up in their thoughts and feelings may not be able to see what matters most. Struggling teenagers may withdraw from activities and people, so a book that reaches out to teens is of utmost importance. In Get Out of Your Mind and Into Your Life for Teens by Joseph Ciarrochi, Louise Hayes, and Ann Bailey, you will be introduced to Jess and Sam - two teens who are experiencing negative self-evaluation, social impairment, and related difficulties. This creative approach gives readers a concrete way to see that they are not alone. Along with Jess and Sam, readers will learn to slow down, gain some distance from their "mind chatter", recognize their strengths, and engage in behaviors that help them live out their values. The authors, all of whom have extensive backgrounds in conducting Acceptance and Commitment Therapy with youth, share their clinical insight as well as personal experience from their teen years - this makes the book equally relevant to teens as a stand-alone self-help book and to clinicians who might use it with teen clients as an adjunct to treatment. The book is easy and enjoyable to read. While some of the language may seem unnatural at the beginning of the book, the authors do an excellent job of acknowledging this and asking readers to "stick with it". This genuine and honest nature is apparent throughout, so if you read and engage in the book's exercises, you will be glad you did!
Amy R. Murrell, Ph.D.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 A Young Adult's Opinion 7 novembre 2013
Par Kat - Publié sur
I see most of the reviews here were written by adults, who, though surely well-intentioned, have no idea how this would be perceived by a teen. I agree with only one other review on here - the one posted by the 18-year old. As a 19-year old who was given this book by her mother (for some reason I'm still not sure of), this book was condescending and idiotic. Maybe the authors avoided using "big words" in this book because they feared that teens would shy away from it, but I bet you that any teen would rather be talked to as an adult rather than forced to sit through this garbage. I found exclamations like "LOL!" written in the teen narratives to be very distracting. The "characters" created for this book to accompany the reader on his/her journey were completely unrelatable, unrealistic, and shallow (e.g. Sam wishing he could talk to this girl he likes just because she's "so hot!"). Maybe this book would be better for younger teens, but even then I think it would form unrealistic expectations of high school for them. Don't waste your time.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 4 Stars 17 juin 2012
Par SandySomewhere - Publié sur
4 Stars. Get Out of Your Mind and Into Your Life for Teens had me hooked from the foreword. Obviously, I'm not a teen anymore so I'm not exactly the target market, but I do sort of wish this book had been available for me as a teen. There were so many times that I judged incorrectly, not just people, but situations, and frankly still misjudge sometimes. But had this book been available to tell me that pushing past my comfort zones could be potentially rewarding and that saying no out of fear would only lead to building that fear up even greater in my mind...well I can't say for sure that it would have made a huge difference, but it might have.

Of course, hindsight is 20/20, and being able to look back on my teen years from adulthood, I'd say I think these ideas, principles, and exercises presented in this book would have definitely helped. But that's if I was actually willing to do the exercises as a teen. Also, considering I was a pretty stubborn kid (was????), I'm not sure I would have listened to anyone telling me to step out of the safety of my comfort zone.

All of that being said, I feel like this book if it's not helpful for teens (again, I'm not really in a position to judge that) might be helpful for parents of teens (even pre-teens maybe) and any other person (i.e. teacher, school counselor, etc) that might work with teens and pre-teens. The authors try to cover quite a large subject in a small book, and while I personally feel like I got a lot out of it and feel like I know some other adults who might also be able to benefit from this read, I think some of these subjects might be better handled not from a book but with interaction with one's parents or loved ones. Now I realize that's not always an option, at which point, I would definitely recommend this book. For me, it was a fast 4 star read with a lot of take away information to be applied to myself and to my future children. (Chapter 7 especially stuck with me. Realizing my mind is a problem finding machine, and that frankly sometimes the problems it finds are completely imaginary was quite helpful.)
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Get out of your mind and into your life for teens 20 juin 2012
Par Kstrosahl - Publié sur
Finally! A truely useful self help book that speaks to the contemporary teen spirit. This book really rocks and it is now a core ingredient of my work with teens in clinical practice. The author's disclose their own trials and struggles when they were teens and the types of problems they stuggled with makes it easier for any teen to relate to what they are saying. The book presents a very practical approach to developing a set of skills designed to increase personal flexibility! There are lots of very doable home based exercises that teens can practice on their own to increase their personal flexibility.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Teens laugh at the warrior bit, but keep going on 22 septembre 2012
Par Misao - Publié sur
Teens that I work with like being called Warrior. The book is a little wordy for some teens, but I select specific exercises and work through it with them. But for a self-help book, it is good. We wish there was some more targeted conditions at the end, for teens to work through more deep-seated concerns such as anxiety, depression, trauma. Because they may not know exactly where to go to next, feeling that their needs were not met sufficiently.
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