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Discusses how teenagers can develop their own intuitive powers and apply those powers to their personal spiritual journeys. Includes quizzes, exercises, meditations, and other related activities.
Thanks to its population growth rate, Africa has one of the highest numbers of teenagers in the world. This book explores the lives, cultures, and opportunities of African teens, offering students and general readers a substantial understanding of this important group.
Why did Fonzie hang around with all those high school boys? Is the overwhelming boy-meets-girl content of popular teen movies, music, books, and TV just a cover for an undercurrent of same-sex desire? From the 1950s to the present, popular culture has involved teenage boys falling for, longing over, dreaming about, singing to, and fighting over, teenage girls. But Queering Teen Culture analyzes more than 200 movies and TV shows to uncover who Frankie Avalon’s character was really in love with in those beach movies and why Leif Garrett became a teen idol in the 1970s. In Top 40 songs, teen magazines, movies, TV soap operas and sitcoms, teenagers are defined by their pubescent “discovery” of the opposite sex, universally and without exception. Queering Teen Culture looks beyond the litany to find out when adults became so insistent about teenage sexual desire—and why—and finds evidence of same-sex desire, romantic interactions, and identities that, according to the dominant ideology, do not and cannot exist. This provocative book examines the careers of male performers whose teenage roles made them famous (including Ricky Nelson, Pat Boone, Fabian, and James Darren) and discusses examples of lesbian desire (including I Love Lucy and Laverne and Shirley). Queering Teen Culture examines: Ozzie and Harriet, Father Knows Best, and Leave It to Beaver: Were Ricky, Bud, and Wally sufficiently straight? the juvenile delinquent films of the 1950s: Why weren’t the rebel-without-a-cause “bad boys” interested in girls? horror, sci-fi, and zombies from outer space: “Body of a boy! Mind of a monster! Soul of an unearthly thing!” teen idols—pretty, androgynous, and feminine: No wonder they were rumored to be “funny” beach movies: She wants to plan their wedding but he wants to surf, sky-dive and go drag racing with the guys Biker-hippies boys of the late 1960s: “I know your scene—don’t think I don’t!” the 1950s nostalgia of the 1970s: Why does Fon
No child can be tied to his or her parents forever. Growing up is the definition of learning how to survive without parents. Due to this, it makes the task of parenting difficult and requires looking at this role with a critical eye and seeking better ways of parenting when dealing with teenager psychology and teen issues. The problem with teens growing up, for us, is the fact that we still want to be needed, while children no longer need us as much. All parents are hard wired to care and provide for children, while our children are hard wired to grow up and become independent. Parenting teen boys or parenting teen girls can be very challenging as you help them face this process. Teenager psychology and teen issues present a new set of challenges to any parent. On top of that, parenting teen boys is much different than parenting teen girls. Each gender has unique teenager problems that will arise and parents should be ready for it. Often the best way to learning is through teenagers parenting books. The main goal of this parenting teens book is to provide instructions on how to care for teens and show that you care in order to really parent the teen. Conflict is guaranteed when dealing with a teen, and it is considered healthy in any parent teen relationship. It helps teens to look at the ideas they have about the world when being challenged by a parent and this can be the stepping stone for what type of adult a teen turns into. For those who have dealt with teenager psychology and teen issues in the past, they realize that this is a journey that is full of ups and downs. For those who have not, beginning to prepare mentally for the challenges and frustrations or parenting teens ahead of time is a must. A teen has the ability to make a parent enraged, depressed, and more tired than any parent thought they would be, as you will learn in teenagers parenting books. There is an upside to parenting teens, though it is hard work. You should never let anyone tell you that
Teen-A-Pause. Consciously coaching you and your kids through their teenage years and learning more about you & life as you do. Actively engaging in the process of change; changing all that no longer serves you as you support your teen in 'becoming' all that allows them to create resilience and wellbeing. Intention of this book; To integrate THE PAUSE into daily life To support and educate parents as to their teens' needs. To support & educate parents to understand mental / emotional health. To understand the teenage years as the powerful and formative transition from child to young adult, from dependent to interdependent. To allow you to make time to reflect on where you and your teen are at this present time. Creating healthier relationships both with yourself and your teen. To take the time to 'unlearn' all that prevents you from being the most authentic, happy and calm you, so 'un-becoming' everything that no longer serves you, whilst supporting your teen on their journey to 'becoming!" Life is a journey and we can allow each step, no matter how challenging, to support our growth in all areas, so there are numerous gifts to be found within this developmental time.
Being an adolescent often comes with its own set of challenges. There are friendship issues, coping with changes to your body and self esteem pressures, dealing with relationships, and surviving through difficult times.
This essay collection explores the phenomenon of "teen TV" in the United States, analyzing the meanings and manifestations of this category of programming from a variety of perspectives. Part One views teen television through an industrial perspective, examining how networks such as WB, UPN, The CW, and The N have created a unique economic framework based on demographic niches and teen-focused narrowcasting. Part Two focuses on popular teen programs from a cultural context, evaluating how such programs reflect and at times stretch the envelope of the cultural contexts in which they are created. Finally, Part Three explores the cultures of reception (including the realms of teen consumerism, fan discourse, and unofficial production) through which teens and consumers of teen media have become authors of the teenage experience in their own right.
Today's teens face and are expected to deal with a wide array of personal, social, and other issues involving home-life, school, dating, body image, sexual orientation, major life transitions, and in some cases physical and mental problems, including eating disorders and depression. This volume examines how many teens have learned to cope with and survive these often stressful trials and tribulations of modern youth.
Young adults discover the differences between being stressed and anxious in this informative narrative. They learn about possible triggers of stress and depression--specifically for teens--and how to respond to them. Physical, emotional, behavioral, and cognitive responses to anxiety are outlined as well as the types of mental health problems that emerge during adolescence. Specific disorders such as generalized anxiety disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, panic disorder, social phobia, and post-traumatic stress disorder are described, as are how to find help and methods of treatment.
Teen Movies: American Youth on Screen is a detailed look at the depiction of teens on film and its impact throughout film's history. Timothy Shary looks at the development of the teen movie -- the rebellion, the romance, the sex and the horror -- up to contemporary portrayals of ever-changing youth. Films studied include Rebel Without a Cause (1955), Splendor in the Grass (1961), Carrie (1976), The Breakfast Club (1985), and American Pie (1999).
Being a teen has always been challenging, but today teens face issues that have been compounded by a rapidly changing society and a plethora of technology. These changes require new strategies in ways to teach teens to protect themselves from the challenges they will constantly face in school and community, and with their friends and family.Some of the areas in which teens need to worry about their personal safety include: Risks related to violence including bullying, exposure to gangs, and harm from guns and other weapons; online dangers including harassment, cyber-bullying, sexually explicit materials, identity theft and financial theft and scams, and agreeing to meet strangers in person after developing online relationships; victimization of crimes; risks while driving in dangerous ways, including driving after drinking or taking drugs, underestimating dangerous road situations, texting or using cell phones inappropriately and not wearing seat belts; and putting themselves in personal danger by pressures to do things they do not want to do such as experimenting with drugs and alcohol, having unprotected sex, going to unsafe places by themselves and engaging in risky behaviors.For teens, staying safe is a much more difficult task than in the past. To help teens sharpen their awareness of the need and ways to stay safe, the Teen Safety Workbook will guide them as they explore situations fraught with danger and face people who may threaten their safety.During adolescence, teens are eager to press to become more independent from their parents, caregivers or family. They need to learn to be more responsible for their own safety. Regardless of whether they are at home, school, work, or in the community, or online, they must face great safety hazards and need to be aware of them. Teen's judgment levels are still forming; most are not ready to make adult level decisions. It is vital for teens to learn that they have the power to keep themselves safe and to be equipped wi
Combining compassion with pragmatism, a guide to raising teenagers shares insights into what teens worry about, how to communicate effectively, how to instill good morals, and how to make teens take responsibility for their lives.
Help your teens grow into the very best versions of themselves! From rule-breaking and risk-taking to defensive communication and disrespect, parenting a teenager can feel like modern warfare--but it doesn't have to be that way. In 1-2-3 Magic Teen, internationally renowned parenting expert Thomas W. Phelan explains how to better understand your teenager, which problems are not worth fighting over, and why your child's behavior likely matches the definition of a normal adolescent! With helpful, straightforward advice backed up by research and parent-tested strategies, 1-2-3 Magic Teen will help you establish a calmer, more respectful home and family life and show you how to guide your teenager into healthy, functional young adulthood. * Learn the Language: Communicate with open and engaging language, and listen to your teenager the right way. * EstablishExpectations: Learn how to set limits while still encouraging independent decision-making and helping your child develop their emotional intelligence. * Stay in Touch: Allow your teen to open up to you in more meaningful and inclusive ways through four simple connection building strategies.' * Take Care of Yourself: Take time to maintain your own emotional well-being to avoid allowing your own anxieties and stresses to influence your children You'll also find tools and advice tailored for the challenges of a teen lifestyle, including: * Forgetting to do chores * Absence in family outings * Drop in grades * Missed curfews * Parties and drinking * Work responsibilities The author of the million-copy parenting bestseller 1-2-3 Magic applies his time-tested, trusted advice in this straightforward, encouraging guide that walks parents through the ups and downs of teen life, allowing them to help their kids gain confidence and push toward independence.
- Author : Sanyika Calloway Boyce
- Publisher : SCB Enterprise
- Release Date : 2006
- Genre : Banks and banking
- Pages : 111
- ISBN : 0972632018
- Author : Jennie Withers
- Publisher : Hey, Get a Job!
- Release Date : 2017-05-07
- Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
- Pages : 85
- ISBN : 098423540X
A guide to preparing for and carrying out a successful job search, including how to fill out an application and how to behave during an interview.
Education helps us to explore new ideas. Education gives us knowledge of the world around us. Today's education methods are different from the traditional one. Today's Education method (Modern Education Systems) relies on computers and the internet. The teenagers need to understand the modern education systems. The students, parents as well as teachers should know the changes made in the primitive or traditional education methods. The creativity and innovations have a great importance in today's world. The education methods should support student's creativity. Some children never have any choice to take their major decisions in the life. Their parents make their major decisions (e.g. choosing the career etc.). This may sometimes good but not always the best option. This is because many of parents do not know about the educational strengths and weakness, liking or disliking of their child. Some of them do not know in which field their child has an interest to work. In such cases an education can become a burden to child and some of such teens may fail due to lack of interests. The teenager age is a great time to understand such things necessary for the bright future. It is observed some steps are necessary to follow to get success in the teen's life. These rules are discussed in this book in easy language.This book is for STUDENTS who are willing to live a successful life but don't know how. This book will definitely show you the right path to get success in the student life.THIS BOOK WILL SHOW YOU HOW TOPPER'S PLAN THEIR LIFE. THIS BOOK WILL SHOW YOU HOW TOPPERS CLIMB THE SUCCESS MOUNTAIN!The important steps necessary for getting success in the student life are discussed in easy ways. This book is useful for achieving academic excellence. It explains how toppers plan their life and achieve a huge success in their life. This is the perfect guidance for youths and students regarding time management, goal setting, positive thinking etc. This book is useful in knowing t
Offers ten essential strageties to help teenagers take control of their lives and make the journey to adulthood a fulfilling one.
You think the teenagers of today have it good? That their struggles are merely First World pains? Or only kids from broken families go bad? Think again. Negative influences are lurking at every corner and money can buy anything. For everything else, there is the Internet. Want friends? Join an online cult. Want drugs? Click and DIY. Want to forge? Learn how with web videos. Want porn? Upload your own. When such disturbing influences combine with an oppressive pressure to fit in, some teens stick to the straight path society has laid out, while others stray into dark alleys, only to be trapped, committing crimes or developing psychological problems that ruin them, leaving their futures in shambles. Through interviews, experience, and research, the authors expose stories of seemingly normal teens from average Singaporean families. Hear their voices and understand their mindsets. After all, beneath the rosy-cheeked exterior of that sweet child across the road lurks a possible future social psychopath Author Dr Kaiwen Leong is an economist, entrepreneur, lecturer and academic researcher. A graduate of Princeton University, he is currently an Assistant Professor of Economics at Nanyang Technological University. He is also an Associate Faculty Member at the Singapore Institute of Management, and consults for many private sector organisations, including Singapore Business Federation and Oxford Economics. His autobiography Singapore’s Lost Son: How I Made It From Dropout to Princeton PhD was published in 2012.
An award-winning educator and author of Test Success outlines principles for success that teens can use to manage stress and pursue goals, sharing recommendations for tapping creative energies and enabling positive interactions in all areas of life. Original.