Inspire teen boys to find their greatness through gratitude
Gratitude is a powerful tool for teens dealing with school stress, friend drama, and the pressures of social media. Taking time to focus on the good stuff can boost their self-confidence and help them achieve their goals. This gratitude journal provides easy exercises that will help teen boys commit to gratitude and put them in charge of their life and emotions.
What sets the 5-Minute Gratitude Journal for Teen Boys apart from 5-minute journal books for teens:
Guided goal setting—Does your teenager want to become more confident, change a habit, or create a new one? They'll start by writing down their intentions, which will help them get to where they want to be faster.
Empowering exercises—Thought-provoking writing prompts will help them make gratitude a habit. By practicing just 5 minutes a day, boys will begin to see real benefits, from waking up without hitting snooze to staying calm during tests or team try-outs.
Words of wisdom—Affirmations and inspirational quotes from icons like Steve Jobs and Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson will empower teen boys to access a new superpower: resilience.
Help the teen boy in your life kick-start their gratitude practice and feel happier and more motivated with the 5-Minute Gratitude Journal for Teen Boys.
About the Author
LAUREN BLANCHARD ZALEWSKI is the founder of the Facebook group, Attitude of GRATITUDE with Chronic Pain, and the host of the weekly live broadcast, Gratefully Living the Chronic Life!, which streams on both Facebook Live and YouTube. She’s also the author of 5-Minute Gratitude Journal for Teen Boys. Visit her at GratitudeAddict.com.
"This journal speaks directly to teen boys, a demographic that has been underserved when it comes to practicing gratitude. The thought and effort that has gone into the daily prompts make this journal easy to follow and easy for anyone (not just a teen boy) to complete. There's a lot of wisdom packed into these pages, and this would be a solid addition to any gratitude practice." —Julie Boyer, host of Wake Up With Gratitude Podcast
"Lauren has provided an invaluable resource and has filled a niche for teen boys, which is a demographic that is in desperate need of guidance in understanding, and then harnessing, their emotional awareness. This gratitude journal guides the user in an age-appropriate and developmentally appropriate practice, written in a way that is relatable and fun. Filled with inspiration, practical tools, and insightful journal prompts, I believe this journal would be an asset for any young man's social and emotional development, and would serve to ensure a strong foundation for a lifelong gratitude practice. I recommend this journal for every teen boy!" —Joree Rose, MA, licensed marriage and family therapist, mindfulness teacher, author, and podcast host
"Lauren Zalewski has provided a worthwhile tool for teen boys to reflect on their lives. What better way to tackle challenges and reach goals than through gratitude? Get this book, grab a pen, and get started!" —Giacomo Bono, co-author of Making Grateful Kids: The Science of Building Character
"While this journal may indeed be perfect for teen boys, it is so much more. We would all benefit from this great little reflective guide for how to live a truly fulfilling life. Buy it for others, but be sure to keep one for yourself." —Kristi Nelson, executive director at A Network for Grateful Living (gratefulness.org) and author of Wake Up Grateful