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From Barnes & NobleThe author of the bestselling Don't Sweat the Small Stuff series has turned his attention to teens. In his new book, Richard Carlson offers tips and advice covering a variety of topics. In the introduction, he writes of his own experience when he was a teen. His life consisted of the everyday ups, downs, dramas, and catastrophes that every teen lives through. But at the core, Carlson was happy, and he was inspired to work with people and help them to realize their own sense of happiness. This desire spilled over to his adulthood and gave birth to his Don't Sweat The Small Stuff books.
Carlson's tone throughout the book will surprise and please teenagers. He promises not to talk any differently than he usually does or even try to impress them. Instead, Carlson offers advice and hopes that teens will listen.
Among the many topics covered are "Be Happy for Others," "Drop the Drama,"and "Make Peace with Boredom." The book consists of 100 topics, each about two pages long. Carlson recommends ways to deal with all sorts of stressful situations in a clear-cut manner. With a book as sound and complete as this, it easy to see why Carlson is a favorite with Oprah and why he is sure to be a new favorite with teens.
Order the eBook now and from September 6th through October 23rd, we'll donate 25% of the eBook proceeds to The Silver Lining Foundation. The Silver Lining Foundation offers children with cancer or other life threatening diseases the opportunity to enjoy fun-filled adventure activities in the serene settings of Aspen, CO.