Resilient ME Gratitude Journal for Kids

$27.00
  • Resilient ME Gratitude Journal for Kids
  • Resilient ME Gratitude Journal for Kids
  • Resilient ME Gratitude Journal for Kids
  • Resilient ME Gratitude Journal for Kids
  • Resilient ME Gratitude Journal for Kids

For ages 5-12, the Resilient ME® gratitude journal not only teaches kids how to get the most out of practicing gratitude, but also has a lot of fun activities to help them build resilience and boost happiness, focus on what is important, stay calm when facing challenges and build a positive attitude.

Our children are capable of extraordinary things…
Sadly adversity is a fact of life, but being resilient means they are better able to cope during hardships or challenges, and ideally bounce back stronger than they were before. Imagine not just surviving but thriving, becoming stronger and wiser through the experiences of everyday life.

The best news is that resilience can be learned through fostering a positive attitude, having the ability to regulate emotions, being able to focus on strengths rather than weaknesses, making meaningful connections and creating healthy habits.

We can give our children skills so that these challenges don’t break them.
That is what building resilience is all about. It is one of the best skills we can teach to our children.

“Children who practice gratitude show increased positive emotions and optimism, decreased negative emotions and physical symptoms, and feel more connected and satisfied with school, family, friends and themselves”.

POSITIVE FEEDBACK:
*** “Always use your journals as examples in my work. Best I’ve ever come across.”
DR EMMA WOODWARD – THE CHILD PSYCHOLOGY SERVICE

*** “It’s amazing! It actually makes me quite emotional because I think how resources like this could’ve helped me so much as a child. You should be super proud of the things you are doing to help our kids.”
AIMEE – PARENT

Resilience can be learned at ANY age!
Did you know that you can literally rewire your brain through the experiences and attitudes we expose it to. Science tells us practicing gratitude is one of the easiest and most effective ways of retraining the brain.

If you focus on the good, soon you will see more, enjoy more, appreciate more…

Not only does practicing gratitude help to increase resilience it can also help to:
increase social connection
increase empathy and compassion
lessen anxiety and depression symptoms
facilitate higher cognitive functions
create emotional stability
strengthen the immune system
reduce symptoms of illness
improve sleep
make you less bothered by aches and pains
increase productivity
make you less materialistic
make you kinder
make you happier

Size: A5 (210 x 148mm) soft-cover journal - 108 pages
Recommended for ages 5-12

Weight .25 kg
Dimensions 21 × 14.8 × 2 cm