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My kids have used journals before so didn't do all the exercises that break up the weeks but loved learning about new super powers (power of compassion/introspection etc) and applying them to everyday life. A brilliant journal that sparks conversations and understanding.
Thanks so much for sharing. Some of the activities may have changed since your children did them last. And they've been designed to be done over and over as they will find their responses are always unique. Sounds like your kids might well love our new HCMtv course...
The Happy Confident Me Super Journal instills life-changing, positive daily habits. Developed by psychotherapists and parenting experts, in consultation with kids it:
They will learn the art of ‘reframing’ – how to identify unhelpful thoughts and unpleasant feelings, and then shift these to more positive ones.
By learning how their brain works, children will feel more in control of their lives. This decreases anxieties, improving sleep. Results are greatly increased when used together with HCMtv.
By understanding the Power of Mindset, your child will understand the correlation between effort, and success. They will learn that successful people do not fear failure but see it as a key to success.
Within each episode children are given more tools to help them identify and articulate their feelings, and develop the skills to self-regulate. They will be armed with strategies that can be used on a daily basis in any given situation.
By understanding more about themselves, and the relationship their thoughts have on their feelings, and actions, they will become more compassionate to others, and also to themselves.
The ultimate objective of HCMtv is to help children better cope with the pressures they face. Be more self-aware and also more understanding of others. They will have confidence in themselves, to rise to challenges, to express their feelings, and to learn from their mistakes.
HCMtv is a fun and engaging 10-part transformational course delivered by Emma Willis, together with a team of kids and a crazy professor. With 10 video format episodes, it’s the ideal way to help kids learn and apply their powers.