CongratsYou're Having a Teen! (häftad)
Format
Häftad (Paperback / softback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
300
Utgivningsdatum
2022-10-04
Utmärkelser
Commended for Benjamin Franklin Award (Family/Parenting) 2023
Förlag
American Academy of Pediatrics
Dimensioner
225 x 154 x 18 mm
Vikt
481 g
Antal komponenter
1
ISBN
9781610025980
CongratsYou're Having a Teen! (häftad)

CongratsYou're Having a Teen!

Strengthen Your Family and Raise a Good Person

Häftad,  Engelska, 2022-10-04
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A new way of thinking about (and celebrating!) your child during these critical years! Congrats you re having a teen! No, really congratulations! Youre entering one of the most exciting, important phases of parenting. These years are your best opportunity to guide your child toward a thriving adulthood and strengthen your relationship with them for life. This guide will help you understand, encourage, support, love, and, yes, even celebrate your teen! The teen years may bring challenges. This book prepares you to meet those challenges as a family while staying firmly committed to raising a good person.
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Introduction I Hear Congratulations are in Order! Youre having a teen!Section 1: Recognizing all that is good and rightChapter 1: Recognize Adolescence as a Time of Astounding OpportunityChapter 2: Recognizing and Nurturing the Adult Coming into Focus See the change in thinkingChapter 3: Recognizing and Reaffirming How Much You MatterChapter 4: (Continue) Recognizing all that is Good and Right in Your ChildChapter 5: Recognize Your Own Needs and Those of the Rest of Your FamilySection 2: Honoring developmentChapter 6: Honoring the Many Moving Pieces of DevelopmentChapter 7: A matter of IdentityChapter 8: The Amazing Developing BrainChapter 9: Changing bodies and developing sexualityChapter 10: Celebrating, Elevating, and Experiencing EmotionsChapter 11: Thinking, Dreaming, and Caring at a Whole New Level Chapter 12: External pressures Can Undermine developmentChapter 13: The need to stand on their ownChapter 14: A Primer on being pro-developmentSection 3: Shaping your relationships Chapter 15: The root of lifelong security: your unwavering presenceChapter 16: Whos the expert?Chapter 17: Listen more than you talk; Be a Judgement free zoneChapter 18: Talk wisely, learn moreChapter 19: Mind your bodyChapter 20: Like a Duck on the waterChapter 21: Text some sense into that Child Section 4: Guiding Teens to their best selves and towards a Satisfying Adult LifeChapter 22: Guiding Our Teens to be Authentically Successful Chapter 23: Preparation is protectionChapter 24: Preparing Our children to Live in an Uncertain WorldChapter 25: Build your teens' resilienceChapter 26: Balance the expression of your love with the wisdom of your monitoringChapter 27: Steer them towards wise behaviorsChapter 28: When to jump in, when to watch from a distanceChapter 29: Corrective actions and Course CorrectionsChapter 30: Helping Our Teens to Rise Above the Noise and Find Their Own RhythmSection 5: Bridging to our positive shared futureChapter 31: A Bridge to The Future: A Generation Prepared to Do and Be GoodChapter 32: Nurture Meaning and PurposeChapter 33: Support lifelong learning- curiosity and humilityChapter 34: Appreciate wonder and idealism - awe and curiosityChapter 35: Advocate for a better world for all teensSection 6: Restoring to all that is good and rightChapter 36: Strengthen (or Restore) your relationshipChapter 37: Back to seeing all that is good and right in them; letting them see all that is good and right in you Chapter 38: More on listening and talking: the language and mindset of restorationChapter 39: The strength of Seeking professional GuidanceClosing Thoughts