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Social/Emotional Development: Psychological
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||Fighting Invisible Tigers: A Stress Management Guide for Teens
||Hipp , E.
||Free Spirit Publishing Inc.
||When life is very stressful, it can feel as if you're in a jungle with lots of dangerous tigers—ferocious, hungry, invisible tigers, quietly stalking you. Written especially for teens who are overwhelmed, frustrated, tired, this book covers everything from being assertive to building relationships, taking risks, making decisions, staying healthy, dealing with fears, using positive self-talk, and growing a funny bone. Adults who work with teens may find this book a valuable resource for helping their students understand stress.
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