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Don't Sweat the Small Stuff for Teens: Simple Ways to Keep Cool in Stressful Times epub

by Richard Carlson


Don't Sweat the Small Stuff for Teens: Simple Ways to Keep Cool in Stressful Times epub

ISBN: 0786886331

ISBN13: 978-1863252737

Author: Richard Carlson

Category: Self-Help

Subcategory: Relationships

Language: English

Publisher: Hyperion (September 6, 2000)

Pages: 242 pages

ePUB book: 1348 kb

FB2 book: 1100 kb

Rating: 4.8

Votes: 922

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Now Richard Carlson, author of the Don't Sweat series, with sales of 12 million copies, applies the same techniques to teens that have made his other books required .

Now Richard Carlson, author of the Don't Sweat series, with sales of 12 million copies, applies the same techniques to teens that have made his other books required reading for anyone coping with life's everyday challenges. As with his other Don't Sweat the Small Stuff titles, teens and their parents will find that Richard Carlson's positive approach helps to minimize the impact stressful situations have on their lives.

Richard Carlson caused a revolution in all our thinking with his Don't Sweat the Small Stuff books. This book talks about basic things about handling stress and calming down but in a way which isn't preachy and in a way that's so simple to understand

Richard Carlson caused a revolution in all our thinking with his Don't Sweat the Small Stuff books. He was like a Zen master in disguise, taking almost an aw-shucks attitude toward shifting the culture. ―Marianne Williamson, New York Times bestselling author of A Return to Love. This book talks about basic things about handling stress and calming down but in a way which isn't preachy and in a way that's so simple to understand. done in a way which permanently changes your outlook on life.

in Stressful Times - eBook By: Richard Carlson Format: DRM Protected ePub Vendor: Hachette Books Publication Date: 2012

Title: Don't Sweat the Small Stuff for Teens: Simple Ways to Keep Your Cool in Stressful Times - eBook By: Richard Carlson Format: DRM Protected ePub Vendor: Hachette Books Publication Date: 2012. ISBN: 9781401304478 ISBN-13: 9781401304478 Series: Don't Sweat Guides Stock No: WW45089EB. Publisher's Description

Richard Carlson, P. was the author of the bestselling Don't Sweat the Small Stuff series. He passed away in 2006. Kristine Carlson has a gift for creating lifelong relationships and is very dedicated to her family, friendships, and personal growth

Richard Carlson, P. Kristine Carlson has a gift for creating lifelong relationships and is very dedicated to her family, friendships, and personal growth. She loves riding horses, running, and solitude. Richard and Kris were married for over 21 years. She lives in Northern California.

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Start by marking Don't Sweat the Small Stuff for Teens . I simply mean to say that the book could easily have been 100 pages shorter and still have made a great collection of tips without the excessive, repetitive cheesy ones.

Start by marking Don't Sweat the Small Stuff for Teens: Simple Ways to Keep Your Cool in Stressful Times as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. My advice: read it at the same time as another (preferably fiction) book, one chapter at a time, otherwise it makes a lot of new information to take in at once. Jun 24, 2008 Samantha added it.

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Richard Carlson has written numerous books encouraging folks not to "sweat the small stuff", and his title for . I would recommend both Don't sweat the small stuff books as I feel they go hand in hand and compliment each other.

Richard Carlson has written numerous books encouraging folks not to "sweat the small stuff", and his title for teens is as warm, wise, and witty as his previous works. His tone is one of an older family friend who manages to advise while still maintaining the minimum level of coolness that teens require from those who intend to guide them into adulthood. And if you have a high functioning Autistic teen, then I would really go for it, even though it is not written for teens in the autistic spectrum.

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 L. . - 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 .

With their calm and reassuring advice Richard and Kris Carlson show teenagers how not to stress out about . Richard Carlson, PhD, is the author of the bestselling Don't Sweat series. He is a frequent quest on US television and radio and lectures internationally.

With their calm and reassuring advice Richard and Kris Carlson show teenagers how not to stress out about homework, peer pressures, dating, parents, and other potentially difficult areas. He lives with his wife and children in northern California. Библиографические данные. Don't Sweat the Small Stuff for Teens: Simple Ways to Keep Your Cool in Stressful Times.

With their calm and reassuring advice Richard and Kris Carlson show teenagers how not to stress out about homework, peer pressures, dating, parents, and other potentially difficult areas. Topics include: * Be creative in your rebellion * Start a mutual listening club * Notice your parents doing things right * Be okay with your bad hair day * Turn down the drama meter * Don't sweat the future
So some people have said it's just common sense, but I think the point in this book is that it's obviously for people that have problems understanding those things that should be easy. I got it because I get really upset really easily and it made me feel a lot better about some things. Lately I've been kind of feeling like life is way too hard and I just haven't figured out how to not let things get to me and be happy, but this book had a lot of things in it that legitimately helped and it was a really simple book; if there's things you don't want to read, just don't. But I only skipped the yoga chapter ;)
I ended up writing all over it and circling the parts that apply to me, whenever I am kind of losing it I just look at those parts and it puts things into perspective.
I always read books I get for my daughter first to confirm that I got her something right/good for her. This one is no doubt a winner. The titles of each chapter were catching enough to make you curious as to what you were about to read and then the story you read were a great explanation to the sometimes funny and odd titles. The story in each chapter was absolutely great. They were short enough to keep any kids attention, make a good lesson and walk away feeling good that you learned something new and were inspired. The really great thing is, my 13 year old who usually complains about sitting still and reading because she'd rather be actively playing sports, isn't complaining a bit about winding down and reading this book. She loves that most chapters are only 2-3 pages each, but even better, she is mimicking what they are teaching and I'm loving it, too, as a mom. This is a great read, a great inspiration and a lot of the stories are what these kids can relate to. I plan to buy it as a gift to others, but I'm not sure if I should get it for the parents or the kids.
All teens should read this.
I had previously bought and read two other books by Richard Carlson, Shortcut Through Therapy and Don't sweat the small stuff...it's all just small stuff. I had found that both those books made a huge difference in my life and helped me, as someone who suffers from anxiety, to look at life in a very different way. I had even read bits and pieces of Don't sweat the small stuff to my sons when they themselves were dealing with issues of their own. My younger son is soon to be 13 and my older son is 16 and has Aspergers syndrome. What was interesting was the my older son, the one with Aspergers, really crasped the simple easy to understand writing of the late Richard Carlson, so when I came across the Don't sweat the small stuff for teens I decided to get it too. As with Don't sweat the small stuff...it's all just small stuff, the one for teens is fantastic. Another thing which makes them so great is that each chapter is unrelated to the others, so you can just jump to a chapter which is very short,( takes only 5 minutes to read), read it with or to your teen and it will offer a simple solution to the situation at hand. I even carry the don't sweat the small stuff books in my handbag, as they are small and light, and we often just stop the car, pull to the side and solve a problem there and then! I would recommend both Don't sweat the small stuff books as I feel they go hand in hand and compliment each other. And if you have a high functioning Autistic teen, then I would really go for it, even though it is not written for teens in the autistic spectrum. The reading is so short that you won't loose their attention and actually encourages them to look deeper inside and see a way out which then lessens anxiety.

Dora Blondal Mizzi
All these "Don't Sweat..." etc books are so good! Easy reads filled with helpful information. It's a good book to read together with your teen... or if you want relationship thoughts, DO get the Don't Sweat...." about love edition and read it with your partner. Chapters are real short but packed with info. Highly recommend all the books in this series.
I got this for my 13 year old daughter and many of the suggestions are helpful for teens today. Now if I could just get her to remember and implement the suggestions in this book!
It’s a gift for my 12-year-old twin grandchildren.
Very helpful????????