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REFRAMING YOUR SELF-TALK POSTER for Your Classroom or Counseling Office

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COMPARING NEGATIVE SELF-TALK TO POSITIVE SELF-TALK

Download our free reframing your self-talk pdf!  A helpful infographic for kids and teens learning how to turn negative, unhelpful self talk into more positive and helpful self talk.   Moreover, this poster reminds us about the power of words and language. The way we speak to ourselves matters. In other words, sometimes a simple re-framing of our self-talk can make a huge difference in how we perceive ourselves, others, and a situation. It can be the difference between being stuck or being flexible.  Between giving up or cultivating grit and resilience. Or developing low self-esteem or high self-compassion. We have to talk to ourselves as if we are our own best friends…in kind and compassionate ways.

As illustrated in this reframing your self-talk poster, instead of saying, “I’m so stupid,” you can say, “Whoops. I made a mistake.”  Or instead of “I never get anything right,” try “I haven’t figured it out…yet.”

Make sure to check out our collection of free SEL resources, many of which contain step into your power affirmations.  You may also really enjoy our Positive Self-Talk Game, in addition to our Positive Self Talk Lesson, which teaches kids the difference between their inner critic versus their inner coach.

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WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING

Great resource! I’ve used this in my emotion-regulation lesson on self-talk. Very clear and helpful. my students enjoyed it.

-N W.

November 17, 2020, TPT Review

 


 

My daughter has high anxiety and this is helping immensely to help with negative self tak and to develop a growth mindset.

-Jen D.

November 16, 2020, TPT Review

 


 

Thank you for sharing. It was great to have something physical to start a conversation with my daughter and encourage more positive self talks plus she can always look back at it as a reminder.

-Mariana M.

September 29, 2020, TPT Review