Provides a daily devotional filled with personal experiences by teenage girls in order to guide readers through difficult issues by living through Christ.
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- Author : Katie Luce
- Publisher : ReadHowYouWant.com
- Release Date : 2011-08
- Genre : Religion
- Pages : 346
- ISBN : 9781459625730
One of the greatest influences on teens is other teens. They listen to each other now more than ever, and learn from each how to survive and thrive in their faith and in the world. Having the ear of hundreds of thousands of teens over the years, Ron and Katie Luce have insight into their worlds. So they have invited select teens, including Honor Academy students and Teen Mania internship and missions trips alumni, to write from their hearts to their peers. These select teens have penned 50 daily devotionals, each one digging into a different aspect of teen life today. The writings will tell stories of passion, pursuing God and cultivating a servant attitude. They will deal head on with peer pressure, teen suicide, sex and purity. They will struggle with the ideals of absolutes and big dreams against the backdrop of a hopeless feeling culture in crisis. These edgy daily readings will draw teen readers into the conversations that will build a character of no compromise and equip them with leadership skills that will prepare them to not only survive but also thrive in teen years.
What more encouraging way to gain perspective than by talking to someone who has been there, especially when that someone is one of your peers. Written expressly for teens by teens, this unique 365 day devotional is filled with personal experiences that are relatable and heart-felt. In addition to learning teen to teen how to deal with difficult issues and maneuver the often trying path to adulthood, each devotion leads teens to move into a deeper relationship with Christ as they recognize that He is the answer to life's problems and strife. Through the stories of others, teens see how God works in our lives when we open ourselves to Him. The devotion includes hundreds of teen authors and teens love reading what their peers have written. This devotional creates a safe, social atmosphere for teens to learn that they are not alone and that God is at work in their lives. Teens learn from other's failures and triumphs how to make the right choices. The impetus for this devotional is to help teens understand how God can and does work in their lives.
Teens are so in tune with the critical issues their peers face--but often they don't know how to step in during a crisis.Teen to Teenis acomprehensive guide to peer ministry--a manual for training young people how to reach out and respond to peers who are at risk. Depression, suicide, substance abuse, teen sexuality, sexual abuse, and grief are weighty topics that are tough for teens to discuss. But this guide gives teens the tools to recognize the distress signals of peers in crisis, and it provides them with the language and skills they need to respond. The training helps young people discern when a situation warrants a referral to an appropriate adult and gives them the skills for seeking out adults who will step in. The program also benefits the teens who are being trained by increasing their ability to deal with their own issues and crises. Through step-by-step, practical information on how to intervene in critical situations, this manual will help teens make a difference in the lives of their peers.
WANT TO ACHIEVE YOUR GOALS AT A YOUNG AGE? FEEL LIKE THERE ARE TOO MANY OBSTACLES? NEED A GUIDE THAT HELPS? Have you ever thought of trying to fulfill your dreams in your teenage years? The solution to deal with the problems that you are facing which are blocking you from attaining your goals as a teenager is to understand what your problems are and apply specific techniques to overcome them and discover your hidden potential ★From teen to teen: How to attain your best life is the 'how-to' manual you must have during your teenage years. By reading it, you'll learn about problems that teenagers are facing which they don't realize and a step-by-step guide on how to solve them so you can live more fulfilling life and be able to achieve your goals. With pragmatic exercises and personal examples, you'll be able to have a grasp of your problems and how to solve them after reading this comprehensive book.★ In From teen to teen: How to attain your best life, you'll discover: What is fear and self-satisfaction in teenagers and how to overcome them How to look at things from different angles to evaluate a situation thoroughly What criticism and advice are and how they can be extremely beneficial for you The importance of planning and recording the process when doing anything How to lead a "Work hard, play hard" lifestyle and how it can change your life Would You Like to Know More? Download now to overcome negative feelings, take control over your emotional state and live a more positive and peaceful life. SCROLL TO THE TOP OF THIS PAGE
100 Devotions for Teens by Teens based on the Top 100 Questions Teens ask."
Useful as handouts for teens or as the basis for an interactive presentation and candid group discussion.
Ideal for for both guys and girls to use as a traditional journal or as a companion while studying the Bible or reading a devotional, this volume contains plenty of writing space plus quotes and scripture from the bestselling "Teen to Teen Devotional." Consumable.
A guide to creating interesting and exciting spaces for young adults in the library, explaining how to solicit input, and discussing planning, design and decor, and promotion. Includes worksheets and a list of resources.
“Raising a Teenager is challenging but possible. Rajat Soni provides practical strategies to help parents to enable their teens with everything they need to be successful. It is a must-read for all parents of teens & pre-teens” -- Sam Cawthorn, Australian Motivational Speaker, CEO & Founder-Speakers Institute, International Best Selling Author Teenage is a most interesting period in everyone’s life—the transition from childhood to adulthood. Teenagers are opening up to a new world, new situations, hormonal changes, and so much more. But most parents would vouch that it may seem as the most difficult period in parenting, as their children suddenly develop rebellious streaks, and parents find it difficult to communicate and connect with them. These changes sometimes seem so dramatic to parents that it becomes difficult to handle them. In ‘Un-Judge Your Teenager’, Rajat shares well-researched concepts, tools, and executable strategies that will help parents create more connectedness with themselves and their teenagers. Rajat helps you discover the changing Parenting Paradigm and how to nurture your teens to unleash their potential by creating an enriching equation with your teenagers. Self-Reflection: The journey always begins with ourselves first, our beautiful self. Awareness: The book delves into the mind of a teenager to decode “What is my Teenager Thinking?” Conversation: Rajat provides insights on the Six Communication Mindsets to talk in such a way that our teens understand us. Common Teen issues: The book outlines strategies to troubleshoot 7 key Areas of Concern for teens including Screen Time, Body Image, Cyberbullying, Anxiety and Aggression.
Trailblazing Your Teen Years Successful Habits to LAUNCH Out of the Norms LEAD Ahead of the Pack and LAND Into Your Destiny
- Author : Noah Halloran
- Publisher : Unknown
- Release Date : 2020-05-10
- Genre : Young Adult Nonfiction
- Pages : 228
- ISBN : 1647461448
This essential book shows practitioners how they can engage with teens' online lives to support their mental health. Drawing on interviews with young people it discusses how adults can have open and inquiring conversations with teens about both the positive and negative aspects of their use of online spaces. For most young people there is no longer a barrier between their 'real' and 'online' lives. This book reviews the latest research around this topic to investigate how those working with teenagers can use their insights into digital technologies to promote wellbeing in young people. It draws extensively on interviews with young people aged 12-16 throughout, who share their views about social media and reveal their online habits. Chapters delve into how teens harness online spaces such as YouTube, Instagram and gaming platforms for creative expression and participation in public life to improve their mental health and wellbeing. It also provides a framework for practitioners to start conversations with teens to help them develop resilience in respect of their internet use. The book also explores key risks such as bullying and online hate, social currency and the quest for 'likes', sexting, and online addiction. This is essential reading for teachers, school counsellors, social workers, and CAMHS professionals (from psychiatrists to mental health nurses) - in short, any practitioner working with teenagers around mental health.
"Getting it right means understanding our roles as adults and professionals. Getting it right requires a genuine commitment to youth participation. Getting it right is about shifting our perspective from the library to the community in which it is located. Getting it right makes it imperative that we give teens a place of their own in our libraries."—From the Preface Libraries have opportunities to make a positive difference in the lives of teenage customers and become a primary support for teens in the communities they serve. Truly excellent library services for young adults (YA) need the collaborative efforts of both teens and librarians. To build this partnership, the authors share an inspiring narrative of YA history, and also offer a plethora of new voices and stories that advocate the power of technology and teen spaces. These story lines are then melded to highlight practical tools to involve teens at the library and make a bright future possible. As the authors explore what has been done well—and what hasn't —in the world of young adult librarianship, they identify key issues from the plethora of new voices: How librarians can work with not for young adult customers Why the power of place means actual square footage designed for teens Ways to incorporate technology to achieve developmental outcomes Listening to teen voices to better serve their needs How evaluation and being accountable will close the loop on effective advocacy The authors guide both librarians and administrators to make promises for the future and present a strategy for keeping those promises so that young adult audiences can become active library and community participants. From building partnerships to implementing successful programs to incorporating technology that helps teens assume leadership and responsibility, this is an inspiring yet practical take on what it means to "get it right" for teens in the library.
From Berkeley to the Bronx, teenage addiction has reached epidemic levels. Parents may suspect their teen’s substance use, but often don’t know if their teen is addicted or what to do about it. Dr. Laurence Westreich, an addiction expert and the father of two teenagers, helps parents navigate the fraught addiction landscape in A Parent’s Guide to Teen Addiction. Divided into three sections, this book—based on the author’s decades of experience evaluating and treating teenagers who use substances—guides parents from the moment they suspect their teen has a substance abuse problem to the steps families must take after intensive treatment. Dr. Westreich: • Lays out the facts of teen addiction and explains how to recognize a problem with a teen • Details what parents need to know about the substances that teenagers commonly use • Provides information on what to do about the substance abuse, including how to find good one-on-one addiction therapy, how to encourage a teen to enter an outpatient program or inpatient facility, and how to line up aftercare treatment Best of all, he includes “tough talk” dialogues that parents can tailor to their specific situation with their teen. This practical, hopeful, and reassuring book helps parents put their teen on the healthy and life-affirming road to recovery.
A groundbreaking look at the teenage brain for anyone who has puzzled over the mysterious and often infuriating behavior of a teenager. While many members of the scientific community have long held that the growing pains of adolescence are primarily psychological, Barbara Strauch highlights the physical nature of the transformation, offering parents and educators a new perspective on erratic teenage behavior. Using plain language, Strauch draws upon the latest scientific discoveries to make the case that the changes the brain goes through during adolescence are as dramatic and crucial as those that take place in the first two years of life, and that teenagers are not entirely responsible for their sullen, rebellious, and moody ways. Featuring interviews with scientists, teenagers, parents, and teachers, The Primal Teen explores common challenges–why teens go from articulate and mature one day to morose and unreachable the next, why they engage in risky behavior–and offers practical strategies to help manage these formative and often difficult years.
A Guide To Successfully Parenting A Defiant Teen Without Giving Up Or Giving In Even solid, Christ-focused families are not immune to the turmoil created by rebellious teenagers. Every day, family counselors across the country see well-intentioned parents who are driven to their wits' end by the daily struggle with their children's unmanageable behavior, desperate for a shred of hope that things can change. They also see teenagers whose lives hold great promise, but who need help navigating their way to maturity. In Toe-to-Toe with Your Teen, Dr. Jimmy Myers offers fresh hope to disheartened parents who are doubtful that they can make a difference in their teen's life. He lays out proven, specific strategies to help parents put a stop to unruly behavior, exert their God-given authority and parent their teen to success.
- Author : B&H Kids Editorial
- Publisher : Teen to Teen
- Release Date : 2019-06
- Genre : Religion
- Pages : 144
- ISBN : 1535948361
The Teen to Teen Academic Planner 2019-2020 will help students keep their school work and other activities organized with monthly and weekly views and will inspire teens with relatable quotes from the best-selling Teen to Teen devotionals.
The typical day, interests, and familial, social, and cultural lives of Middle Eastern teens are examined with unprecedented insight.
Encourages girls to think clearly and independently throughout their teenage years, and provides guidance based on the author's own experiences and mistakes as a teen.