IS THERE A REBEL IN THE HOUSE?: Youth Overcoming a Rebellious Heart

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Christian Publishing House, Feb 9, 2017 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 152 pages

 YOUNG REBELS, your emotions are like a fire. When controlled, they are useful; when uncontrolled, they are damaging. HEREIN you will learn the secret to controlling your emotions.YOUR REBELLIOUS HEART can be renewed if YOUR MIND is receptive to the help. Parents need to find a middle ground between being too strict and being too permissive. Wrong behavior must be handled but in a gentle way. This book is for the tween, teen, and parent.

All of the questions below are answered and far more . Why should we not hastily label a child as a rebel? What should parents do if their teenager is disobedient from time to time? How can the movies, music, television, school and the internet influence a child to rebel? Is real change possible? Children, how can you interact better with your parents? How can you overcome destructive, self-defeating thoughts? How can your mind be renewed? What is the path to behavioral change? How can you get control over your moods? How can you overcome procrastination? How can you cope with anxiety? How can you break your bad habits? How can you deal with loneliness and how can you make real friends? How can you overcome and cope with teen depression?

 

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Contents

Preface
1
Is Real Reform Possible?
5
How to Interact with Our Parents
10
There is a Rebel in the House
16
Overcoming Bad Influences
22
Dealing with Destructive SelfDefeating Thoughts
26
Getting the Correct Mental Grasp
35
The Renewal of Your Mind
38
Getting Control Over Your ObsessiveCompulsive Behavior
87
Coping with Your Anxiety
91
Overcome Procrastination
98
The Importance of SelfControl
102
Coping with Alcoholism
109
Breaking Bad Habits
119
Overcome Obstacles to Your Progress
124
Coping With Loneliness?
127

Keeping Your Mind Renewed
42
The Path to Behavioral Change
45
Controlling Our Anger before It Harmful
52
Dealing with Your Hopelessness
68
Playing an Active Role in Your Moods
81
How to Make Genuine Friends
132
Coping With Teen Depression
134
Reject the Views of the Internet Television Magazines and Radio
138
Bibliography
142
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 EDWARD D. ANDREWS (AS in Criminal Justice, BS in Religion, MA in Biblical Studies, and MDiv in Theology) is CEO and President of Christian Publishing House. He has authored fifty-five books and coauthored and updated and expanded five books, as well as over 200 articles. Andrews is the chief translator of the Updated American Standard Version.