"This should be funded into the hands of every primary school aged child. Teaching kids how to look after their mental health and about resilience is as important as teaching them how to swim, or read and write."
“Always use your journals as examples in my work. Best I’ve ever come across!”
DEVELOP A POSITIVE ATTITUDE
ACKNOWLEDGE AND MANAGE EMOTIONS
SELF-IDENTIFY UNIQUE STRENGTHS
FOSTER MEANINGFUL CONNECTIONS
CREATE HEALTHY HABITS
BUILD A SUCCESSFUL GROWTH MINDSET
Develop a positive mindset & attitude towards life
Openly acknowledge and manage their emotions
Self-identify their unique strengths
Foster open and meaningful relationships
Start their own healthy habits
Build their own successful growth mindset
Anna Flowerday - Parent
"Gratitude is something that has the power to deeply affect you, to impact your day, to change the way your day is going. I really like the simplicity of AwesoME Inc gratitude journals, especially the happiness scale to see how you are going... and how the journal can actually help that."
Ghada Vanderpool - Parent
The Resilient ME® Gratitude Journal for Kids is a before-crisis guided journal that is full of tools and fun activities designed to improve mental fitness and wellbeing. For ages 5-12.
Our kids are experiencing ANXIETY, ANGER, SELF-ESTEEM ISSUES and other BIG EMOTIONS they don’t know how to deal with.
But kids really are capable of extraordinary things and childhood is the perfect time to develop resilience — they just need guidance.
AwesoME Inc journals help kids understand that the big feelings they are having are normal, and teaches them simple ways to build resilience, stay calm and maintain a positive attitude.
Whilst they might not entirely comprehend the tools, all based on the latest psychological research, they work! Presented in a fun and engaging way to create essential healthy habits, build meaningful connections and facilitate behaviour change to improve mental fitness. We can’t always stop our kids facing challenges but we can teach them the skills so these challenges don’t break them.
Your child is capable of great things. They deserve to have the best guidance to help them uncover their strengths, capabilities, and resilience. Prepare them to face life with self-confidence and a positive attitude.
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"I have just received our 'Awesome Ends In Me' journal for our kids and am stoked. This is so powerful and a great tool to help raise resilient children. Positive kids equal motivated kids!"
Becky Minton - Parent & Teacher
"Amazing gratitude journals! It has little prompts which I super love.. it talks about growth mindset and understanding emotions which sets them up for life... I love that it has this kind of educational aspect as well. Thank you AwesoMe Inc, totally recommend."
Natalie Cutler-Welsh - Parenting Author
Gratitude brings people together by fostering connection on a much wider scale, helping both students and schools to thrive.
We believe the benefits of gratitude can spread beyond students to teachers, family members and their community.
Teaching children from a young age to look for the good in each day, is teaching them a way to be happy no matter the situation they may be in.
Children’s ability to think gratefully can be strengthened in as little as two days and has long lasting effects where they are happier, kinder, and more helpful.*
Research has shown that practising gratitude makes you feel good, it makes you more resilient, makes you more generous and more compassionate.
It helps you feel less isolated and lonely, boosts your immune system and helps strengthen your personal relationships, as well as improving sleep.¹
Children who practice gratitude show increased positive emotions and optimism, decreased negative emotions and physical symptoms, and feel more connected and satisfied with school, family, friends and themselves.²
There is also evidence that teens who practice gratitude are more engaged in their schoolwork and hobbies, have higher grades, and are less envious, depressed, and materialistic.³Browse our full collection
*.J. J. Froh, G. Bono, J. Fan and R. Emmons. 2014. Nice thinking! An educational intervention that teaches children to think gratefully. School Psychology Review 43:2, 132–152.
1. J. J. Froh, G. Bono and R. Emmons. 2010. Being grateful is beyond good manners: Gratitude and motivation to contribute to society among early adolescents, motivation and emotion. 34:144–157;
2. J. J. Froh and R. Emmons.. 2011. Gratitude and the reduced costs of materialism in adolescents. Journal of Happiness Studies. 12:289–302;
3. G. Bono 2012. Searching for the developmental role of gratitude: A 4-year longitudinal analysis. Oral presentation at The American Psychological Association’s 120th Annual Convention, Orange County, USA