Sunday, December 11, 2022

Why I Feel Bad Today - A Workbook for Teens and Adults

A Mood Tracking Workbook

I recently published the opposing workbook, called "Why I Feel Good Today." 

This workbook, "Why I Feel Bad Today," is designed to help teens or adults isolate their daily experiences and triggers contributing to a less-than-positive day.

Why Do We Need Workbooks

The stresses of this interconnected world can be overwhelming, and a workbook to write down and track our moods, triggers, and good and bad experiences help us to sort out life's continuing fog.

Now more than ever, people can feel submerged in an endless vortex of one problem after another.

This prompt workbook was written with love and is meant to be a fun self-care tool to aid in sorting out the good, the bad, and the ugly.

With This Workbook, You'll Track What Made You Feel Bad During a Particular Month

The workbook is not meant to be a negative book!

On the contrary, this workbook is designed to help you figure out repeating trends that make you feel bad, so you know more clearly where to make changes. 

Even making a small change daily can make a difference in our lives. 

However, how can we change toward a happier life unless we actively track our negative triggers.

What This Workbook Includes:

13 Color Coded Months with Four Monthly Prompt Pages:

  • Each month is color coded
  • Each month includes a positive quote
  • You'll have a spot to record daily quick notes
  • There's a place to track specifics about the month, with prompt questions
  • Each month has a place to expand on what has affected your life
  • The monthly summary page includes four prompt questions to help you better analyze your month
  • Included is a 365-day chart to color in your mood daily. When the year is up, look at which mood color is most prominent to determine, with just a glance, what your overall mood was for that year.
Track your months when you want; you don't have to track the months in order. If you'd rather only track the months you feel are your worst, you can also do that.

Here's the "Why I Feel Bad Today" Workbook 

Why I Feel Bad Today - A Workbook for Teens and Adults
Available on Amazon

You can preview the book's interior via StumpedRiddles here or, of course, on Amazon here.





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5 comments:

  1. This workbook sounds like a good companion piece to 'feeling good about myself'. We all have 'bad' days and learning to recognize what triggers them is the best way to turn those days around. Very clever workbooks you have written, Barbara. Thank you.

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  2. I think few people would choose to relive their teenage years, which tend to be an emotional rollercoaster. Mine certainly were! I wish I had had a tool like this to teach me the value of journaling, guide me through how to analyze my repeating patterns of behaviors or situations that made me feel bad and help me identify small changes that could have made me feel happier and more self-directed and empowered. Congratulations on publishing another valuable activity book!

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  3. I think this workbook will be useful to so many teenagers and adults. Those years can be very difficult for many teenagers and this would be a good guide and way of expressing and analysing feelings and helping to identify what changes need to be made to be more empowered in their lives. I like that you said "its Okay not to be Okay". Sometimes we all feel bad and we can learn how to accept ourselves and turn it around. Congratulations on another great workbook!

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  4. "Even making a small change daily can make a difference in our lives. " You are spot on as always! Great idea for a workbook...

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  5. Another excellent workbook / journal to help us track our moods and to figure out what may be causing us to feel bad. I am a firm believer in eliminating the negative from my days and life when & where I can.

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