The aim of this study is to examine the impact of the Self-Compassion Program prepared by the researcher on adolescents' self-compassion, fear of self-compassion, and subjective well-being. An experimental process of 2x3 (experimental group/control group X pre-test /post-test/follow-up test) was designed to examine the impact of the Self-Compassion Program on dependent variables. The research was conducted with 18 Secondary school students. The sample of the study was created by impartially assigning participants who scored below the group average from preliminary test measurements with the Short Form of the Self-Compassion Scale and the Fear of Compassion Scale to the experimental (N= 9) and control (N= 9) groups. A 6-week Self-Compassion Development Program was applied to the participants. The follow-up test was applied 6 weeks after the program ended. According to the results, it was observed that as a result of the 6-week Self-Compassion Program, participants' self-compassion and subjective well-being scores increased while their fear of self-compassion scores decreased. It was found that during this change, the phenomenon of "backdraft" appeared, resulting in an increase in monitoring measurements taken 6 weeks after the end of the Self-Compassion Program.