Parenting a prodigal teen is an exhausting task. Littleton provides wisdom, comfort, and hope from both professional family counselors and "unofficial" family experts who have faced similar struggles, survived---and even thrived. You'll find answers to tough questions such as: When does helping mean not helping? and What if coming home is not an option? 144 pages, softcover from Beacon Hill.
’When our child walked away from our home and our faith, my husband Mark and I had no clue what to do.’Jeanette Gardner LittletonParenting a prodigal teen is an exhausting task. Parents are quickly wiped out emotionally, distraught, and maybe even in shock. They often feel isolated and alone. When Your Teen Goes Astray provides wisdom from both professional family experts and unofficial family experts who have faced similar struggles. The stories and advice from parents who have been there offer comfort, consolation, and hope. For most kids, the prodigal life is a season. Sometimes it’s a long season, but parents can survive, and even thrive during this difficult time.
Jeanette Gardner Littleton has been a book and magazine editor for more than 20 years. She’s also written more than 3,000 articles and five books, three with her husband, Mark. Her books include Hugs for Coffee Lovers, What’s in the Bible for Teens, and Light the Torch, Pass the Flame. She resides in Kansas City, Missouri with her family.
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