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Positive affirmations are positive statements that kids repeat to themselves. These statements help teens reprogram their brains and their way of thinking after being bullied. The goal is that positive thinking becomes more automatic and. Bullying is a widely recognized problem in schools. Learn where it happens, how it impacts learning, and ways to work on preventing and responding to it.

Positive Affirmations to Counteract Teen Bullying. By Sherri Gordon 8 Ways to Avoid Bullies at School. By Sherri Gordon How Educators Can Support Victims of Bullying. A place for people dealing with bullying to come and be affirmed that they matter.

I’m a bullying survivor and I want to prevent bullycide. I love you. I call it The Positive Affirmations for Life program, which has now improved the thought patterns and as a result, the lives of hundreds of readers just like you. If you feel trapped in your negative thought patterns, if you find yourself putting the big bully in charge because you deserve nothing less. When stuck in a toxic workplace, it is easy to let the negativity of the situation seep into your internal monologue.

Positive affirmation can improve your mood, your outlook and your health. Learn about two different styles of affirmation – Positive Affirmations and Positive Declarations and how they work to make your work a little brighter. Here are 37 positive affirmations for teens to help them combat negative thinking: To increase self-esteem and body image I embrace my flaws because I know that nobody is perfect I don’t want to look like anyone but myself. Avoid words like “hope,” “should,” or “wish” because these are soft and lack the confidence to be effective.

Keep affirmations in the present tense. They should not be something you will become in the future; they should always speak to what you are now. Repetition and frequency is critical. Affirmations must be firm, defined statements.

Conditional affirmations are not nearly as effective. Avoid words like “hope,” “should,” or “wish” because these are soft and lack the confidence to be effective. Keep affirmations in the present tense. Just like negative self-talk, positive affirmations “stick” with repetition.. Choose up to three self esteem affirmations at a time and customize them to your personal life circumstances..

The best times to use positive affirmation are at the beginning and end of your day. Try repeating your affirmations before you get out of bed in the morning, or while you’re. Bullying is perhaps the single most destructive experience we’ve all come in contact with. Most are confronted with bullying during childhood and youth. However, bullying isn’t limited to a person’s early years.

Instead, it can also confront you in the form of workplace bullying.

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Odd as it may sound, in some instances, the very schools that implement bullying prevention programs find that reported bullying instances actually increase!

“Classroom Management: Sound Theory and Effective Practice” by Robert T. Tauber
from Classroom Management: Sound Theory and Effective Practice
by Robert T. Tauber
Praeger Publishers, 2007

Bauman (2011) believes that with minor bullying cases brief solution-focused counseling can help both victims and bullies.

“Crisis Intervention Strategies” by Richard K. James, Burl E. Gilliland
from Crisis Intervention Strategies
by Richard K. James, Burl E. Gilliland
Cengage Learning, 2016

There are many additional programs available that purport to decrease the incidence of bullying.

“Encyclopedia of Adolescence” by Roger J.R. Levesque
from Encyclopedia of Adolescence
by Roger J.R. Levesque
Springer New York, 2014

This example brought home to me that there is sometimes a huge difference between what adults and kids perceive as bullying.

“Bullying and Cyberbullying: What Every Educator Needs to Know” by Elizabeth Kandel Englander
from Bullying and Cyberbullying: What Every Educator Needs to Know
by Elizabeth Kandel Englander
Harvard Education Press, 2013

Bullying also has led me to be involved with various youth groups as an adult to set a positive example for kids, girls especially.”

“Bullying Scars: The Impact on Adult Life and Relationships” by Ellen Walser deLara
from Bullying Scars: The Impact on Adult Life and Relationships
by Ellen Walser deLara
Oxford University Press, 2016

But another way of stopping bullying doesn’t really address bullying at all.

“Why We Act: Turning Bystanders Into Moral Rebels” by Catherine A. Sanderson
from Why We Act: Turning Bystanders Into Moral Rebels
by Catherine A. Sanderson
Harvard University Press, 2020

Recent studies have found that SEL can be effective in reducing bullying, fighting, and problem behaviors in schools and in promoting children’s prosocial behavior (e.g., see Espelage, Rose, and Polanin 2015; Smith and Low 2013).

“Trauma: Contemporary Directions in Trauma Theory, Research, and Practice” by Jerrold R. Brandell, Shoshana Ringel
from Trauma: Contemporary Directions in Trauma Theory, Research, and Practice
by Jerrold R. Brandell, Shoshana Ringel
Columbia University Press, 2019

Not all those bullied had low self-esteem, but those who did also reported more passive response styles to the bullying and, perhaps as a result, more extensive bullying and greater stress.

“The Nature of School Bullying: A Cross-national Perspective” by Peter K. Smith, Richard Catalano, Josine JOSINE JUNGER-TAS, Philip PHILIP SLEE, Yohji MORITA, D. A. N. OLWEUS
from The Nature of School Bullying: A Cross-national Perspective
by Peter K. Smith, Richard Catalano, et. al.
Routledge, 1999

However, regarding a relatively new type of bullying, cyber-bullying, the findings are mixed.

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from Handbook of Crime Correlates
by Lee Ellis, David P. Farrington, Anthony W. Hoskin
Elsevier Science, 2019

It makes sense that bullies would have high self-esteem because it takes confidence to attack someone.

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  • I started tearing up within the first 5 minutes of this everyday feels like a struggle, and it’s so hard for me to be at peace with myself in the workplace. I feel like I am constantly making mistakes, and beating myself over it. I’ve cried in the bathroom several times this week, from sheer overwhelm. Thank you for publishing this episode will be listening to this when I need that extra encouragement and push to carry on.

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  • Initial version of my ‘universal’ affirmations:
    I don’t need to feel overwhelmed when facing many of my fears.
    Emotional pain need not be feared as much as most do. Hurt can
    always/usually be reduced before too long with gratitude and
    consideration of all manner of possibilities. And humor. Anger is funny.

    Just because I have resistance to some of these affirmations doesn’t
    mean I always will. When ANY of this makes me feel better, I intend to
    remember it and remind myself often. I
    don’t need any more entertaining distractions from what actually makes
    me feel less afraid to do what I most want, instead of more afraid.
    I
    can feel happy right now. I can indulge in relief that I have a large
    measure of control over how I feel, and with enough awareness it will
    keep increasing.
    It’s more than worth communicating to many others
    what things I think of work to make me less doubtful and more confident.
    I can hardly begin to imagine the difference it would make for them.
    It’s fun to be excited, even before I achieve anything. I would feel
    seriously uplifted, to put it mildly, if I got feedback from even one of
    them describing how their satisfaction with some part of their life has
    improved that my communications played a role in, especially if they
    then told others who also became inspired.
    The possibility is undeniably there, which makes it apparently worth pursuing.

  • Are you serious!!! This recording gave me the chills it did not feel right to me. I will never let my child listen to this recording. Parents you need to wake up!!!

  • i am sorry…. i am not saying that this video is bad but it does not really affect me but it was sooo peacefull

    i also have really big trouble making friends in school i am always afraid to talk to someone and can never stand up for myself i have a lack of confidence. can you please make another one that helps me from getting my confidence in school?
    its a really good video 😉

  • How long does this it take for a noticeable change of attitude or confidence? One of my daughters has very low self esteem and it reminds me of my childhood. I don’t want her to go through the same. Please advise