Teenagers often turn to their peers to ask for advice, but have no idea how to put it into practice. Advice seems easy to come by but hard to fit into an exact situation.
Making Sense of Life: A Guidebook for Teens and Parents uses real-life situations and personal stories to help guide teens toward asking the right questions and making the best decisions for every circumstance.
Teens will learn how to:
- Create a journal that gives much-needed perspective on frustration and anger
- Avoid the self-perpetuating cycle of low self-esteem and low productivity
- Communicate better with parents and help guide their own parents to communicate more effectively with them
Using activities, writing prompts, and list-making tools, Making Sense of Life shares the secrets to working together -- rather than in opposition -- as parent and teen. Each chapter concludes with key thoughts for both parent and teen to build their knowledge base with real-world applications. This practical guide full of life-changing insights will help navigate the complexities of social expectations, family relationships, and, most importantly, understanding oneself.
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