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Self-Acceptance

Meet Yak


Yak helps your child overcome feelings of self-doubt

  • Perfectionist tendencies
  • Failing forward
  • Perseverance

Yak Kin

Self-Acceptance

$ 48.00

Promotes: Self-acceptance

Trying new things can be scary. Yak teaches children that it’s ok to take risks and help them understand that it's ok to not be perfect at something the first time they try it.

Learning to accept themselves as they are, gives little ones the freedom to love themselves and the courage to keep trying even when things are hard. Yak will walk paw-in-hand with them as they learn to trust themselves, develop a sense of self and start to explore the world around them.


I am loved as I am. When things get tough, I go back to my heart. I know I am enough.

— Yak's Affirmation

Yak Snuggler with purple flower icon

Mistakes let me grow

Learning to embrace the growth that comes from making mistakes takes practice. Download activities and worksheets that support children as they build this important skill.

Positive Self talk activity sheet
“My son loves to hug Yak and take her everywhere we go.”

Jamie

Yak is here to remind us that we don’t need to be perfect to be worthy of love. Self-Acceptance teaches children that it’s okay to make mistakes, reinforcing the belief that they are capable of overcoming challenges and empowering them to take risks with the knowledge that they don’t need to be perfect to love themselves.

Young boy carrying yak kin to school

Yak is here to remind us that we don’t need to be perfect to be worthy of love. Self-Acceptance teaches children that it’s okay to make mistakes, reinforcing the belief that they are capable of overcoming challenges and empowering them to take risks with the knowledge that they don’t need to be perfect to love themselves.