New Self-Help Book Offers Empowerment and Support for Teens
Lincoln, NE – Jan. 5, 2023 – “Skip the Bad Songs: Ideas & Activities for Creating Happiness & Enjoying Life” guides teens on a journey towards personal growth and self confidence. With a collection of activities, games, and supportive advice, it’s the perfect companion for teens looking to boost their self-esteem and live their best life. Compiled with a collection of pep talks and over 150 activities and games, this book provides motivation and guidance for young adults looking for encouragement and support.
The book’s central message is that teens have the power to be the boss over their emotions and can work towards creating enjoyable and exciting experiences for themselves through the practice of positive self-talk. The tone of the book is optimistic and empowering, and it aims to provide a safe and supportive space for personal growth and development. “I am so excited to offer this unique and fun resource for teens looking to boost their self-esteem and embrace their full potential,” said Jen Landis, author of Skip the Bad Songs. “I believe that with a little bit of practice and perseverance, anyone can learn how to shift their mindset and create a life they love. I have done it and am excited to share it with others!”
In addition to the book’s release, the team is committed to giving away 1000 copies of the book to teens and youth groups. To fund this project, they are selling 333 unique digital collectibles, with 100% of the proceeds going towards printing and distributing the free books to teens and youth groups.
“Skip the Bad Songs” is available for pre-order now and will be officially released mid to mid to late April. Don’t miss this opportunity to invest in this project and support the growth of teens.
About the Author: Jen Landis is an advocate for youth empowerment and founded Pincurl Girls, an enterprise that creates products and services to remind youth of their strength. She hosts the GIRLBRAVE podcast and holds events that have positively impacted thousands of people. Jen also started the Art Gang, an online and in-person community for artists to make art and inspire each other. Jen is dedicated to mentoring youth and helping them become more confident and happy.
For more information, visit https://www.skipthebadsongs.com