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Publication Date: 20 Nov 2018
Subject: Social sciences
Suitable for: Primary
AR: 6.2 MY
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Examines some of the things that cause stress and worry for young people and offers a series of coping strategies
This essential guide covers ALL the worries and anxieties that you might face while growing up. Whether it's problems at school, relationship woes, the non-stop pressure of social media, body image issues or troubles at home. Positive advice, plus case studies and real-life questions from young people, will help you conquer the angst and stress that can get us all down.
The Book of No Worries reassures readers that their worries and fears are normal, and offers practical tips for managing anxiety and stress - focusing on the emotional wellbeing and mental health of young people.
NOTE: Please be aware that we have put this in JNF as it would be suitable for Year 6/P7 but due to some sexual content you may wish to shelve this in TNF.
Clearly & succinctly explained & attractively presented with well chosen examples & quite wide ranging in scope. Useful PSHE material.
Please be aware that we have put this in JNF as it would be suitable for Year 6/P7 but due to some sexual content you may wish to shelve this in TNF
What are worries?
Eeeek: starting secondary school
Aaaaaarggh! homework and exams
What next? More education
What is mental health?
Anxiety and depression
How to cope with bullying
The not-so-real world of social media
Social media and mental health
Peer pressure and fitting in
Peer pressure: drugs and alcohol
Boys and girls: different but equal
Body image, self-esteem and mental health
Ready, set, go: staying healthy and happy
What to wear? Fashion and beauty
Dealing with puberty
Your changing body
Separation and divorce
Oh brother! Siblings and stuff
Love and relationships
Unrequited love and being dumped
Gender and sexuality
Sexuality and mental health
Consent and contraception
Support and advice