Nurturing Your Teenager's Soul: A Practical Approach To Raising A Kind, Honorable, Compassionate Teen
In "Nurturing Your Teenager's Soul" Mimi Doe presents ten clear, concrete principles to help parents nurture their teen's spiritual growth, at a time when teens face sometimes-overwhelming peer influences, the hazards of substance abuse, issues of sexuality, the risks and freedoms of driving, the stress of high school, and getting into a good college.
The inspirational, non-denominational principles in this book show parents how to:
- Use their words to profoundly affect their children's lives
- Listen fully and connect with their teen
- Nurture their teenager's dreams--and make miracles happen
- Negotiate the balance between being a pal and a parent
- Support their adolescent in becoming a successful adult
"Nurturing Your Teenager's Soul" will help parents in ways greater than they ever thought possible-to give their teenager the spiritual resources he or she will need to become a safe, and happy adult.
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