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Sex, Drugs, and Other Elephants: How To Deal With Teenage Issues

Sex, Drugs, and Other Elephants: How To Deal With Teenage Issues

Sex, Drugs, and Other Elephants: How To Deal With Teenage Issues is a must read for all parents and teens because the book deals with issues that we all experience but yet do not know how to talk about. This book will give its readers insight and teach them how to talk about the “hard to talk about” issues in order to find a solution to some of the most common teenage problems. Shira Dillon has compiled a host of honest, in-depth, and provocative stories that will enlighten both teens and adults alike. This book provides true awareness of what it is like being a teenager in today’s society and how adults can be supportive during the adolescence process. If ever there was a book written to relate and capture the attention of the young teenage mind, it would be this book. The truth is that teens are going to come across issues such as sex, drugs, health, abuse, and/or loss of a love one sometime during their lifetime. As an adolescent when these “elephants” arise, parents tend to ignore them and teens often go to other inexperience teens for help and guidance. That now can all change! Sex, Drugs, and Other Elephants: How to Deal with Teenage Issues opens the door for adults and teenagers to have these conversations in order to expose the teen issue and effectively deal with it. At the very least, teens learn from experience teens and the authors through stories and powerful tips. To maximize your book experience, it will serve as a conversation piece for parents and teens to work together to close the gap of disconnect and open the door to a solution for some of the most common teen issues of today.

 

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