A personal mood-boosting toolkit and a reminder for teens that they are never alone in their struggles.

According to the American Psychological Association, due to the rapid ownership growth of smartphones and rise of social media, mental health problems have increased significantly over the last decade among adolescents and young adults.  While not a substitute for therapy, this journal is a great place to start and to keep notes that can help teens put messy thoughts into words. Journaling is often a practice recommended by therapists for this reason.