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Inside this Book – Did you know that sixty years ago teenagers did not exist as a separate generational group? The word teenager first came into popular use around the time of the Second World War. (See appendix 1 for a fascinating history of the term and a description of the first teenagers.) Though many changes have taken place since the first teenagers arrived formally on the social scene, there are plenty of similarities between the teens of the 1940s and those of the first decade of the twenty-first century. From those early days of emerging teenage culture to its con- temporary counterpart, the underlying themes have been the same: independence and self-identity. Throughout the years, teenagers in our American society have been active in searching for their identity while trying to establish their independence from parents. Neither of these themes played loudly in the pre-teenage era. Before the industrial age, teens worked on their parents’ farms until they were married and were given or inherited their own acreage. Identity was not something the teen sought; he was a farmer from the time he was old enough to work in the fields.
Inside this book –The Five Love Languages of Teenagers PDF Book by Gary Chapman – Becky, a mother of two, had all the symptoms of parental trauma. “Dr. Chapman, I’m frightened to death,” she said. “My son is twelve; my daughter is eleven. I’ve been reading books about teenagers and I’m scared. It seems like all teenagers are having sex, using drugs, and carrying guns to school. Is it really that bad?” Becky asked the question during a marriage seminar in Moline, Illi- nois. Then she added, “I’ve been thinking that maybe I should home school my children through high school but that also scares me. I don’t know if I am ready for my children to become teenagers.” Over the past five years, I have met a lot of parents like Becky. Many parents are reading more books about parenting teenagers. They are hearing more about teenage violence on television. They are reading their local newspaper, and frankly, they are running scared. If you happen to be one of these scared parents or if you are asking yourself, “Should I be scared?” I hope this chapter will allay some of your fears. Anxiety is not a good mental attitude with which to parent teenagers.
The Five Love Languages of Teenagers by Gary Chapman PDF : eBook Information
- Full Book Name – The Five Love Languages of Teenagers
- Author of this Book – Gary Chapman
- Language – English
- Book Genre – Non-Fiction, Self Help, Psychology, Parenting
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- Size – 35.6 MB
- eBook Pages – 277
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