About the Jewish Teen Gratitude Journal
In Judaism, Shabbat is a time when we reflect upon our week. In this gratitude journal, the prompts mirror this idea, with a prompt for the beginning, middle, and end of the week. The first allows you to set goals for yourself for the upcoming week. The second celebrates the small accomplishments you undertook thus far. And the third, the reflection that comes with the tradition of Shabbat, is about the crux of your gratitude for the week prior.
The journal consists of fifty-two pages, one per week, for analyzing your life, encouraging you to practice gratitude for a few moments every week. Your mindset can change with the littlest habits, so let’s give it a try!
Table of Contents
About the Jewish Teen Mental Health Gratitude Journal
About the Creator
About the Blue Dove Foundation
Judaism’s Connection to Gratitude
Getting Started with Gratitude
Teen Mental Health Resources
Mental Health Glossary for Teens
Grounding Exercises to Help Someone Who is Struggling
About the Creator, Lili
Lili is a high school senior at The Weber School in Atlanta. During the summer of 2020, she began an internship with the Blue Dove Foundation. After seeing firsthand the effects of COVID-19 on people’s mental health, Lili was inspired to try and make a difference.
Lili also wrote a blog post, Persevering With My Peers: Insight Into Teen Mental Health.
We’re grateful for the support from JumpSpark
JumpSpark is thrilled to partner with The Blue Dove Foundation to help fund the Teen Gratitude Journal. JumpSpark is a part of the Jewish Teen Education and Engagement Funder Collaborative and an Innovation Initiative of the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta. JumpSpark works with teens, parents of teens and youth serving professionals to grow and support the Atlanta teen ecosystem. JumpSpark is proud to support this project through Spark Grant funding.