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In The 10 Myths of Teen Dating, educator Daniel Anderson and his daughter help you navigate the biggest dating myths: a boyfriend will make your daughter happy, she should trust her feelings, and sex will enhance her relationship. Combining scientific research with poignant personal stories and practical education, this book will equip you to teach your daughter how to date smart for today...and tomorrow.
Vendor: David C. Cook
Publication Date: 2016
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In The 10 Myths of Teen Dating, this father and daughter team combines the latest scientific research with poignant, personal stories to help parents engage their daughters in wise conversations. Weaving in solid biblical truths with practical application and discussion starters, Daniel and Jacquelyn seek to equip parents to teach their daughters how to date for today … and tomorrow.
Melissa5 Stars Out Of 5One of the best book I have read on teen datingDecember 14, 2016MelissaQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I picked up this book because, even though we don't allow my daughter to date yet, she does talk to boys and text with them. Recently a boy stopped talking to her because she couldn't date and that "made it complicated." Uhhh, yeah, because teen dating never is complicated (hear my voice dripping with sarcasm).
Anyway, after I laughed a bit I found this book and purchased it. It was well worth it.
Daniel and his daughter, Jacquelyn, keep it real. They don't shy away from tough subjects and speak the truth. This is honestly probably the best book I have read on the subject of teen dating and how to handle it with your child.
There were some scary statistics when it came to how boys view sex that honestly make me a bit scared for when my son gets older. I need a book for him!
There are great discussion questions at the end of each chapter for you to go through with your daughter, as well.
If you have a teenage daughter I highly recommend this book
apple blossomGrand Forks, NDAge: 45-54Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5Excellent resource toolOctober 28, 2016apple blossomGrand Forks, NDAge: 45-54Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4The 10 Myths of Teen Dating by Daniel and Jacquelyn Anderson is full of practical information for boys as well as girls. It is an excellent resource to have at your fingertips and something you'll reach for again and again. This book is very easy to read and digest. The personal stories are easy to relate to. At the end of each chapter there are reflection questions as well as discussion questions. This book would be a good addition to anyone's library.
Cara PutmanIndianaAge: 35-44Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5Good tool to help families with key conversationsOctober 27, 2016Cara PutmanIndianaAge: 35-44Gender: femaleQuality: 0Value: 0Meets Expectations: 0The 10 Myths of Teen Dating is a book designed to hep you expose your daughter to some of the lies our world feeds women. For example, If I have a Boyfriend, I'll be Happy. Or how about this one: Sex Comes without Consequences. If we live together, we'll stay married, and many, many more. This book is written from the perspective of help your daughter understand why these myths are not the road she wants to walk. It's written in a very conversational tone and filled with research without reading like an academic paper. It could be a great tool to help open conversations with your teen about what dating can be and what it shouldn't be. This book is perfect for families that need a little help addressing these critical topics in a non-threatening way.
Nicki OlsenAppomattox,VAAge: Under 18Gender: Female4 Stars Out Of 5Valuable and Insightful!October 27, 2016Nicki OlsenAppomattox,VAAge: Under 18Gender: FemaleQuality: 0Value: 0Meets Expectations: 0*My Thoughts*
I was actually surprised by what I found in the pages of this title.
The book was well written, factual, and was laced with just enough Biblical truths to be appropriate for non-Christians as well as believers.
Daniel's experiences in a school setting for 20+ years gave him valuable insight into the subject, and his daughter was a great addition to the book.
Overall, a pleasant read with some valuable information, great for moms of teens or teens to read.
I give The 10 Myths of Teen Dating by Daniel Anderson and Jacquelyn Anderson...
*I received this book free of charge from the author.
MadeoverBedford,TexasAge: 45-54Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Resource For Every Parent!October 26, 2016MadeoverBedford,TexasAge: 45-54Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5And I Thought ...
Practical much needed resource for parents! A book every parent needs to read.
The book is filled with realistic personal stories.
Reflection questions end each chapter allowing the parent/reader to contemplate and ready themselves to discuss the content with his/her daughter. Here are a couple of examples . . .
From Chapter 1- Myth1-If I Had a Boyfriend I would Be Happy.
Questions-What have you taught your daughter about where happiness is found?
From Chapter 4- Myth 4- Sex Will Enhance My Relationship
Question-What have you told your daughter about why boys want to have sex?
Discussion questions follow the reflection questions and provide very candid opportunities to discuss the content together with your child/children.
This is a great book and I highly recommend all parents to read it. Although it is really written for girls I think that older guys (college students) might find valuable information.
Anything that parents can do to ensure the safety of their daughters and son's as well is proactive. Giving children honesty and truth
preparing them to 'date smart' is parenting 'smart'.
I received a complimentary copy from Litfuse.