Family: How to Love Yours (and Help Them Like You Back)
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Family can be both confusing and fun, challenging and satisfying. The trick is to know how to play the game. The good news is that if you're willing to let God show you how, there is a way to love your family despite all the potential unfairness, meanness, and just plain weirdness. And it's also possible to be the kind of daughter and sister that your family not only loves, but also likes to be around. Whether your family is broken, blended, stable, or just plain annoying, God wants to use your home base to make you more than who you are today.

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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 208
Vendor: NavPress
Publication Date: 2017
ISBN: 1612916309
ISBN-13: 9781612916309
Series: Life, Love & God

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Parents know the drama of living with a teenage girl. Teen girls struggle to honor their closest relationships while finding their unique identity during adolescence, especially in today’s families which can be messy, complex, and even painful. But family—however messy—can also provide the perfect training ground to make us more like Christ.

Family: How to Love Yours (and Help Them Like You Back) is written to come alongside a young woman and equip her as she navigates her roles, responsibilities, and responses from a Christian perspective. With tender, funny, and hope-filled insight, Jessie Minassian digs in deep where parents sometimes struggle to be heard. Jessie offers trusted advice and wise, Godly counsel for a young woman to honor her closest relationships, see her family’s dynamics in new ways, and have some fun along the way!

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Biblical wisdom, humor, and straight talk combine to encourage girls to be the change they want to see in their families. Minassian, founder of the popular website LifeLoveandGod.com, flips the focus for girls struggling to relate to their families. Rather than studying the problems, chapters present solutions. Discussions focus on issues such as sibling rivalry, a desire for increased freedom, and self-acceptance. Numbered tips will help readers put the theories into practice. Minassian’s personal stories give life to familiar admonitions to nurture humility, forgiveness, gratitude, and integrity. However, she also is careful to point out that not all families are created equal. While difficulty and strife are common within close interpersonal relationships, abuse and self-harm are never OK. She advises readers to seek professional help for tackling these darker issues. The overearnest big-sister tone might be off-putting to some, but the promise of more peace at home should entice even reluctant readers. While the emphasis is on Christian values, the no-nonsense instruction has a broader appeal. Quizzes and suggestions for related activities are included in every chapter, making this resource appropriate for both group and individual study. Interactive and encouraging. (Nonfiction. 10-16)

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