May-december Winds: (And Dorothy, You're Not in Kansas Anymore) Workbook

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AuthorHouse, 2009 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 40 pages
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Don't let the title fool you! This is for people who are ready to be honest, are seeking answers, and are truly ready to 'handle the truth'. May - December Winds (And Dorothy, You're Not In Kansas Anymore) Workbook is an excellent tool that begins ones' healing process. It is for those who are ready to get to 'the root' of their problems. Its exercises are intended to have the reader get to the core of their 'why's regarding their life from 'identifying life challenges' to 'breaking bad habits' and 'generational curses'. You are empowered through being 'the author' of your life and setting personal goals. Can you go farther? Relationships connect the book (of the same title) to the workbook - common factors (low self-worth, seeking love/attention, etc.) associated with the book's subject matter: teen girls/older guys. The unresolved issues are addressed in 'root' exercises of parental relationships: mother/daughter, father/daughter, siblings and a specific section for single mothers who are raising sons. No one is left out! 'Your Impact on Other's Lives' - this means YOU! Family/friends/community - take the Self-Assessment Test. Educators are to take the self-assessment test and are given and additional assignment - a set of questions to determine if they should stay in their present profession. An alarmingly increasing number of educators are asking students to stay after class for more than extra help with their class work! Inappropriate teacher/student relationships are a subject that is talked about after it occurs. A prevention tool for the educator, it's an opportunity to seek counseling before everyone loses in this predatory relationship. Move at your own pace and when ready to understand and accept - move forward and move on.

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