It's no secret that teenagers and parents often have a hard time communicating with one another. What once seemed easy during the childhood years becomes increasingly difficult during the teen years. Told in a personal, engaging style, a series of thoughts and conversation topics will help bridge the gap for anyone interested in improving family communication.
Boundaries between parents and their teenaged children can often be well defined and difficult to cross. They Do Grow Up helps bridge those boundaries through two-way communication. The book is a collection of meditations on common areas of concern for parents and teens. Each observation is initiated by a mother who has teenage children, followed by her teens responding with their own commentaries on the subject. Appropriate Scripture passages are suggested for further reflection, as well. Among the topics included are: driving; arrogance; worry; chaperoning; clutter; and information overload. Anyone living in a household with teens will enjoy and profit from the honesty shared in this book. It can be a great discussion-starter for parents and teens at home or anywhere. 96 pages; Paperback 5-1/8 x 7-3/8
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