All the Feels for Teens: The Good, The Not-So-Good, and the Utterly Confusing
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All the Feels for Teens: The Good, The Not-So-Good, and the Utterly Confusing

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Title: All the Feels for Teens: The Good, The Not-So-Good, and the Utterly Confusing
By: Elizabeth Laing Thompson
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 224
Vendor: Wander
Publication Date: 2021
Weight: 8 ounces
ISBN: 1496451074
ISBN-13: 9781496451071
Stock No: WW6451071

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“Part workbook, part self-help guide, part Bible study, this handbook is geared toward those who experience big feelings and could use some support navigating the challenges that come with this territory. . . . Overwhelmed teens can find validation in this faith-based guide.” —Kirkus Reviews

No one knows about having all the feels quite like teenage girls—but few girls know what to do with all those feelings. They can flit from giddy to anxious to insecure to in love—oops, wait, just kidding, out of love—to chill to stressed to ecstatic to despairing to rebellious to penitent to cynical to naïve to independent to clingy to selfish to selfless, all with a heaping side order of angst and adorkability, all in a span of hours . . . sometimes minutes. In other words: all the feels all the time.

Christian teens need Bible-based help to show them that it’s okay to feel deeply (after all, God himself is the Author of all feelings), but each of us must learn to train our emotions in the ways of Christ. As they learn how to deal with all the feels, girls need scriptural foundations, practical strategies, and the assurance that they are not weird—and never alone.

Includes:
  • Quizzes and interactive charts
  • Journal questions
  • Prayer prompts
  • Scripture lists for different needs
  • Discussion starters for mothers and daughters or mentors and mentees looking to learn together
All the Feels for Teens pairs great with All the Feels, a book designed for adult women.

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A guide for teens trying to make sense out of intense feelings through a Christian lens.

Part workbook, part self-help guide, part Bible study, this handbook is geared toward those who experience big feelings and could use some support navigating the challenges that come with this territory. The author explains how the Bible can be a helpful guide to understanding and taking charge of one’s emotions: God and Jesus are framed as compassionate and encompassing big love themselves, an approach illuminated by carefully selected Scripture, such as poignant passages from the Bible. Each chapter tackles a different topic that can affect a sensitive teen, from relationships with family members to making friends and dating. Sections close with prompts for journaling, prayer suggestions, and additional Bible verses to explore on these things. Several quizzes help readers discover what type of feeler they are (big, steady, or reluctant) and how drama prone they may be, among other topics. While the book is labeled as being geared toward teens in general, gendered language and exclusively heterosexual relationship examples implicitly target a straight female audience. Concrete examples of turbulent emotional experiences given in the book are fairly light, and the author encourages readers to seek additional help if they are experiencing depression, abuse, or otherwise need more support.

Overwhelmed teens can find validation in this faith-based guide. (discussion guide) (Nonfiction. 12-18)

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