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40 Answers for Teens’ Top Questions

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Includes—
• 40 real and relevant topics to teens and preteens
• Each question opens with real comments from a teen to other teens
• Straightforward answers from an expert addressed to teens with honesty and humor
• Practical exercises to “Talk It Out,” “Act It Out,” and “Think It Out”
• “For Parents” section on each topic addresses concerns and gives ideas and options to create open communication
• and more!

Description

…Talking to Your Parent Doesn’t Have to Be Awkward.

Have you ever wanted to talk to your mom or dad about something, but you weren’t quite sure how to bring it up? You want to get their advice, but you don’t really want a lecture. This book answer 40 questions you are likely to wonder about (and it doesn’t just give a parent’s perspective.)

Dr. Gregory Jantz and his teenage son Gregg Jr. team up to provide fresh insight, practical advice, and “yeah…that’s me” stories that will help you and your parent learn to speak the same language, respect each other’s views, and talk about 40 critical topics, including dating, bullies, zits, peer pressure, and more. Find out how to “get each other” better and learn from one another.

Don’t just want your parent’s opinion? Find out what science, experts, and other teens think about these topics. Then, talk it out with your parents to form your own perspective.

In this book, Dr. Jantz teams up with his son, Gregg Jr., who has been a go-getter since he was little. Starting his own business at 11 and receiving his pilot license as a High School senior, Gregg Jr. adds a fresh, relevant, and engaging perspective.

Gregg Jantz and his son, Gregg Jantz, Jr., have written a one of a kind resource for teens and their parents that will guide them into rich, meaningful conversations about life, relationships, faith, sex, and 30+ other topics teens face in the 21st Century.  This is a must-have, must-go-through resource that every parent of a teen can use with their teen through those dynamic, maddening, amazing, challenging adolescent years.  The resource speaks to both teens and parents and opens up those hard to have conversations.  I highly recommend it.  Wish I’d had it when my kids were teens!
 
Tim Wright, Pastor, Community of Grace, Peoria, AZ
Author: Searching for Tom Sawyer: How Parents and Congregations Can Stop the Exodus of Boys From Church

4 reviews for 40 Answers for Teens’ Top Questions

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Tim Wright

    Gregg Jantz and his son, Gregg Jantz, Jr., have written a one of a kind resource for teens and their parents that will guide them into rich, meaningful conversations about life, relationships, faith, sex, and 30+ other topics teens face in the 21st Century. This is a must-have, must-go-through resource that every parent of a teen can use with their teen through those dynamic, maddening, amazing, challenging adolescent years. The resource speaks to both teens and parents and opens up those hard to have conversations. I highly recommend it. Wish I’d had it when my kids were teens!

    —Tim Wright, Pastor, Community of Grace, Peoria, AZ
    Author: Searching for Tom Sawyer: How Parents and Congregations Can Stop the Exodus of Boys From Church

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Itata Morales

    Just an outstanding book from start to finish. Could not put it down. Great for parents as well as kids. So timely, fun to read, and well-written. A Must for any teenager, and for any parent of a teenager.

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Loren Dessel

    This is a really terrific resource for parents trying to navigate difficult topics with their teens. It provides great resources on how to have important discussions. I love that the book also gives perspective from both the father and the son standpoint. Great read!

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    ChrisB

    I 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 person’s 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.

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