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Teens and pre-teens have questions that parents don't always feel equipped to deal with off the cuff. Between the challenges of rollercoaster emotions and boundary-setting, parents find it difficult to create honest and safe moments necessary for open conversations with their teens. Dr. Gregory Jantz, along with his teen son, designed this book to help you set the stage for communication on essential topics, providing not just answers, but reassurance and encouragement on issues from zits to faith.
Number of Pages: 240
Vendor: Aspire Press
Publication Date: 2017
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)|
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Momof75 Stars Out Of 5Teenage EncyclopediaJune 26, 2017Momof7Quality: 4Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This book is amazing! He teen perspective and the aprent perspective really help to bring home meanings to both the parent and the tweens/teens. I am so glad that "40 Answers to Teens' Top Questions," was created, no more runni to google for every little question. This book has started an open and honest dialogue about growing up and how it works and it eases he load a little bit. This a great starter book for your tweens and teens! I urge you get the book you wont regret it!
cheyenne R5 Stars Out Of 5fantastic Book!June 23, 2017cheyenne RQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I got this book because i thought it might interest my two teenagers, ages 15 (boy) and 12 year old (girl). For two teens whos not huge fans of reading, they've both gotten their hands on this this book and even argued over who had it first lol. So yes, I caj definitely say it does answer the questions our teens want to know for sure. I love that there are also tips for us parents to read as well. I think this is a must have in every home with teens. The "talk it out, act it out, & think it out" really is great! Very impressed!!
Ann5 Stars Out Of 5Thanks for the Conversation StartersMay 31, 2017AnnQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5My first grandchild has hit puberty. He is sullen, unresponsive, and perpetually angry with rules and consequences. When I saw the preview of this resource, it looks like what we need to manage the turmoil and mood swings of this thirteen year old. Forty Answers to Teens Questions, written by Dr. Gregory Lantz and his teenage son Gregg Jantz, Jr. The unique thing about this book is the notes to teenagers from Gregg Jr. and the experience of talking through his response to his dads advice. Some of the questions are on difficult issue like pornography, sex, girls and periods, changing the rules. As a psychologist Jantz understands the teens point of view. Each of the 40 questions has a parents note to encourage conversations between teens and parents and how to engage in different topics. Use these as opportunities to undertake this journey through puberty with your child and gift him with an easier rite of passage. This resource was given to me by Rose Publishing for an unbiased review.
Chris B5 Stars Out Of 5Excellent resource for both parents and teensApril 25, 2017Chris BQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I was pleasantly surprised by both the questions and answers in this book. Questions run the gamut from routine puberty and zits conversations to heavier topics such as worrying about future success and life planning. In asking, "Is it harder to be a teenager today?", the author's bottom line answer is, "So why is it important for one persons experiences to be considered harder or more difficult than someone else's?" I love that answer! I also enjoyed the conversation about music ("Why do my parents hate the music I like?"). The interjections from Gregg Jr. are applicable and relatable. Many of the answers provided are ones I've struggled with myself - finding the right words to express my thoughts to my kids. Dr. Jantz puts them in clear language that makes sense, is not "overly adult" or preachy, and provokes conversation from both teens and parents. Anyone who deals with the mysterious preteen or teen (or parent!) will benefit from the insight this book provides. It would also be a great small group or family study. Overall, I really enjoyed reading this book and will refer back to it often as my own two teenagers continue on their journey of adolescence. I was provided a copy of this book in pdf format and all opinions are 100% my own.