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Saving Our Adolescents

Author : Maggie Dent
ISBN : 0975845659
Genre : Adolescence
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Maggie Dent has over 30 year's experience teaching, living with and councelling adolescents.
Category: Adolescence

The Identity Trap

Author : Joseph Nowinski
ISBN : 0814429998
Genre : FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS
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Issues like violence, drinking, self-mutilation, and eating disorders are on the rise among teens. The author has more than 20 years of experience working with troubled teens as well as serving as a special consultant to major research centers including Yale and Columbia Universities. This book includes compelling stories of some of the author's patients - the problems they have struggled with and how they found their way to a healthier identity. Each story illustrates the issue of developing identity and how the author has helped these troubled teens. Each chapter concludes with practical information for parents to use in helping their children, plus a Q & A section that addresses the most common questions asked by parents and teens.
Category: FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS

The Disconnected Generation

Author : Josh McDowell
ISBN : 9781418514945
Genre : Religion
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The real battle is not in the amoral and immoral influences of our culture, but in the hearts of our young people, says author and speaker Josh McDowell inThe Disconnected Generation. And our young people are losing hope because they feel isolated and alienated from their parents. They are the disconnected generation. This book shows parents and youth workers how to understand and close the isolation gap to form nurturing, enduring relationships that can withstand cultural influences. As a companion toThe Disconnected Generation,the video curriculum resources provides five video sessions from Josh McDowell offering practical steps that every adult can take to close the emotional gap between themselves and their children.
Category: Religion

Saving Our Youth

Author : Shavonda Robinson
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Genre : Literary Collections
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This motivational book is about creating a change in our communities and becoming better parents to our children. We all should want our children to have a positive, bright future with unlimited opportunities ahead of them. We need to start showing better examples of leadership, discipline, ensuring education, confidence, constant encouragement, showing more love, attention to our children and communities. If we work together as a whole team we could accomplish great things. We need to help put an end to the violence in our communities instead of destroying each other lives over nonsense. We need to help uplift and teach each other to love and respect ourselves and each other. In the end, all lives matter.
Category: Literary Collections

Saving Our Youth

Author : Bishop Isaac Jenkins Sr
ISBN : 1440143986
Genre : Family & Relationships
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"Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called the children of God." - Matthew 5:9
Category: Family & Relationships

Remedies For Saving Our Youth In Today S Troubled Society

Author : Rusty Skipper
ISBN : 9781524545710
Genre : Education
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This book was written for the benefit of humanity so the future of our existence would have a better chance of moral ethics and longevity. Whereas it would keep the mind in an elevated state, the spirit would be at ease, and the soul would prance at its owners demand. The body itself will resemble perfection. The material deals with your character, your personal growth as a human being, decision-making, education, responsibility, and staying focused, just to name a few. When I was scribbling these thoughts on paper, I knew for certain that my life had transitioned far better than I expected. And if there was no other way that I could contribute to society, I knew dedicating my mind, my love, and my life would seal the deal.
Category: Education

Saving Our Children From Our Chaotic World

Author : Maggie Dent
ISBN : 9780648431022
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Silence and stillness does have a magic to it. It doesn't matter where you find it — in your home, your workplace or your classroom. However in our fast-paced world it is getting harder and harder to find. In this book, one of Australia’s favourite parenting authors and educators Maggie Dent explores the cognitive and emotional benefits of silence and stillness, demonstrating how crucial it is for children as well as adults, and details methods for creating it in your home or classroom. About Maggie: Commonly known as the ‘queen of common sense’, Maggie Dent has become one of Australia's favourite parenting authors and educators, with a particular interest in the early years, adolescence and resilience. Maggie’s experience includes teaching, counselling, and working in palliative care/funeral services and suicide prevention. She is a dedicated advocate to quietly changing lives in our families and communities. She is the mother of four sons and a very grateful grandmother. Maggie is the author of 11 books including her 2018 release Mothering Our Boys which is already a bestseller.
Category: Family & Relationships

Teen 2 0

Author : Robert Epstein
ISBN : 9781610351010
Genre : Performing Arts
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National Indie Excellence Awards, first prize in the Parenting and Family category Arguing that adolescence is an unnecessary period of life that people are better off without, this groundbreaking study shows that teen confusion and hardships are caused by outmoded systems that were designed to destroy the continuum between childhood and adulthood. Documenting how teens are isolated from adults and are forced to look to their media-dominated peers for knowledge, this discussion contends that by infantilizing young people, society does irrevocable harm to their development and well-being. Instead, parents, teachers, employers, and others must rediscover the adults in young people by giving them authority and responsibility as soon as they exhibit readiness. Teens are highly capable--in some ways more than adults--and this landmark discussion offers paths for reaching and enhancing the competence in America's youth.
Category: Performing Arts

The Triple Bind

Author : Stephen Hinshaw, Ph.D.
ISBN : 9780345510419
Genre : Psychology
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The Triple Bind that girls face today: • Act sweet and nice • Be a star athlete and get straight A's • Seem sexy and hot even if you're not In many ways, today is the best time in history to be a girl: Opportunities for a girl's success are as unlimited as her dreams. Yet societal expectations, cultural trends, and conflicting messages are creating what psychologist and researcher Stephen Hinshaw calls "the Triple Bind." Girls are now expected to excel at "girl skills," achieve "boy goals," and be models of female perfection, 100 percent of the time. Here, Dr. Hinshaw reveals key aspects of the Triple Bind, including • genes, hormones, and the role of biology in confronting the Triple Bind • overscheduled lives and how the high pressure to excel at everything sets girls up for crisis • how traditionally feminine qualities (such as empathy and self-awareness) can put girls at risk for anxiety, depression, and other disorders • the oversexualization of little girls, preteens, and teenagers • the reasons girls are channeling pressure into violence Combining moving personal stories with extensive research, Dr. Hinshaw provides tools for parents who want to empower their daughters to deal in healthy ways with today's pressures.
Category: Psychology

Saving Our Youth

Author : Maria Kijani
ISBN : 1537554190
Genre :
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The power to become the totality of God's dream for us lies in our ability to perceive who we are through positive lenses. This type of knowledge comes trough education; because, knowledge is power. Therefore, it is my honor to share with you the journey of Kevin Green as he unveils the power of positive thinking in hope to save our youth, inform parents, and secure our posterity.
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White S Rules

Author : Paul D. White
ISBN : 9780767927833
Genre : Education
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One heroic schoolteacher has saved hundreds of lives with unconditional love and zero tolerance for rule-breakers. His students are the worst of the worst—drug addicts, gang members, and violent criminal offenders. They have flunked out or been thrown out of every other school they’ve attended. They may be the children of addicts, of abusers, or even of good parents, but they have one thing in common: they have been rejected by everyone except Paul White. With ten simple rules, he has helped hundreds of kids turn their lives around. “I can’t remember when I’ve been this happy. Since I came here I’m getting right with my family and friends, I’m off the drugs and staying out of trouble. I’m doing really well in school and I’ve got a job.” —Kathy, fifteen, West Valley student, former crystal meth user “He never gives up on you.” —Roger, seventeen Among students, they’re the worst of the worst: chronic truants, drunks, drug addicts, even violent criminals. Some haven’t been to school for months, even years. Some have spent a year or more locked up for gang-related offenses and felony assaults. All of them, it seems, are on the short list of life’s early losers. Enter Paul White, the teacher whose combination of unconditional love and unbreakable rules has changed, and sometimes saved, the lives of the most troubled students in Detroit, the San Francisco Bay Area, and Los Angeles. When they walk through the door of his one-room high school, the West Valley Leadership Academy in Canoga Park, California, White treats them like his own children: loving them, protecting them, and requiring them to become men and women of moral courage, integrity, and high achievement. Sometimes it only takes one person to turn the tide. During his twenty-five-year career as a teacher, Paul White has saved hundreds of students from falling through the cracks. Veritable miracles have taken place in his classroom: ?The reading skills of a fourteen-year-old recovering crystal meth addict climbed from a seventh- to a tenth-grade level in six months. She finished high school at age sixteen and went on to complete a nursing program. A fifteen-year-old girl was flunking out of school—and so violent that the safety of the people around her couldn’t be guaranteed. After joining Paul’s class, she not only brought her grades up enough to graduate from high school at sixteen, but has gone on to finish several semesters at a local community college. A seventeen-year-old boy who had been a neo-Nazi asked a Holocaust survivor to forgive him for his disrespectful behavior. White’s Rules is a lesson to parents and educators who can’t control their kids or their classrooms. For Americans who truly want to stop the violence, end the apathy, and improve academic performance, White poses a challenge: Try his rules. The ten-rule list that he developed covers everything from character values to schoolwork, from getting off drugs to learning personal finance skills. By enforcing these rules, parents and educators can attack both the causes and the effects of the crisis in our schools. This is the moving story of how the program evolved and what we can all do to save our youth, one kid at a time.
Category: Education

Saving Our Children From The First Amendment

Author : Kevin W. Saunders
ISBN : 9780814786932
Genre : Law
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The First Amendment is vital to our political system, our cultural institutions, and our routine social interactions with others. In this provocative book, Kevin Saunders asserts that freedom of expression can be very harmful to our children, making it more likely that they will be the perpetrators or victims of violence, will grow up as racists, or will use alcohol or tobacco. Saving Our Children from the First Amendment examines both the value and cost of free expression in America, demonstrating how an unregulated flow of information can be detrimental to youth. While the great value of the First Amendment is found in its protection of our most important political freedoms, this is far more significant for adults, who can fully grasp and benefit from the freedom of expression, than for children. Constitutional prohibitions on distributing sexual materials to children, Saunders proposes, should be expanded to include violent, vulgar, or profane materials, as well as music that contains hate speech. Saunders offers an insightful meditation on the problem of protecting our children from the negative effects of freedom of expression without curtailing First Amendment rights for adults.
Category: Law

Black Girls And Adolescents Facing The Challenges

Author : Catherine Fisher Collins
ISBN : 9781440830549
Genre : Social Science
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This one-of-a kind book challenges the current thinking about black girls to show how America has failed them—and what can be done to make their lives better. • Provides the first research work on this topic • Covers health (physical, mental, and sexual), education, crime/criminal justice, and parenting as they affect black teen girls and adolescents • Features contributors from a broad range of fields, including psychology, biology, criminal justice, sociology, spirituality, law, medicine, and popular culture • Examines characteristics of at-risk girls and the lure of the "bad girl" image • Clarifies what parents/mentors and others can do to help these girls and teens live happy, healthy, more rewarding lives
Category: Social Science

Saving Our Students Saving Our Schools

Author : Robert D. Barr
ISBN : 9781452297910
Genre : Education
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This field-tested resource outlines effective approaches for improving student learning, proficiency, and achievement at all levels through learning-focused priorities, results-driven practices, and high academic expectations.
Category: Education

Kids Media Culture

Author : Jane Feuer
ISBN : 0822323710
Genre : Performing Arts
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A collection of feminist cultural studies essays on children’s television.
Category: Performing Arts

The Triple Bind

Author : Stephen P. Hinshaw
ISBN : UOM:39015079326826
Genre : Adolescent psychology
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One of the nation's foremost experts on teens reveals the silent crisis that faces girls today--what Hinshaw calls the Triple Bind--and offers innovative and workable solutions.
Category: Adolescent psychology

Adolescent Psychiatry V 30

Author : Lois T. Flaherty
ISBN : 9781136871658
Genre : Psychology
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First Published in 2008. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Category: Psychology

Hurt 2 0

Author : Chap Clark
ISBN : 1441235795
Genre : Religion
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Hurt provided a vivid and insightful view into the world of today's teenagers. Now leading youth ministry expert Chap Clark substantially updates and revises his groundbreaking bestseller (over 55,000 copies sold). Hurt 2.0 features a new chapter on youth at society's margins and new material on social networking and gaming. Each chapter has been thoroughly revised with new research, statistics, quotations, and documentation. Praise for the first edition "Based on solid research and years of insightful observation, Hurt offers a deep and penetrating look into the contemporary adolescent experience that will serve us well as we work to have a prophetic, preventive, and redemptive influence on the world of today's youth culture."--Walt Mueller, Center for Parent/Youth Understanding "A daring yet hopeful glance into the underworld of teen promiscuity, self-mutilation, and suicide. . . . A groundbreaking resource for parents, youth ministers, and counselors."--ForeWord "Clark's classic book [is] highly recommended by youth workers and educators who write about teenage stress. It is foundational reading that provides valuable insight into the hurting hearts of young people."--YouthWorker Journal "Clark has been stepping inside the world of teenagers for many years. This book is a unique invitation for us to join him in their world. When we finish this journey, we will care more about kids and understand who they are and the challenges they face."--Denny Rydberg, Young Life "Drawing together research from many others along with his fresh exploration into the world beneath, Clark paints a compelling picture of adolescent life. . . . This book is a must-read for anyone who has any contact with adolescents."--Journal of Youth Ministry
Category: Religion