For Parents Only: Discussion Guide (Paperback)
A Handy Way to Find Out What's Really Going On in There
Drawing on the results of a ground-breaking nationwide survey of teenagers, "For Parents Only" revealed several key surprises about the inner lives of kids. Whether your child already is a teenager or you see those years barreling at you like an express train, this companion study guide will help you put that priceless knowledge to work in your home.
This invaluable resource-perfect for group discussion or individual use-includes:
-thought-provoking questions to help you apply the "For Parents Only" findings to your child
-true-to-life case studies that coach you in the skills of reading your children's minds (scary, we know ), understanding what motivates them, and connecting with them at a deeper level
-practical, insightful discussion-starters and help for common parenting "encounters" and much more
As you gain a clearer understanding of what's going on in your children's lives and minds, you'll learn how to communicate more effectively and how to offer the guidance they need in a way they can receive.
About the Author
Shaunti Feldhahn is a nationally syndicated newspaper columnist, public speaker, and a best-selling author whose books include "For Women Only." After working on Wall Street and Capitol Hill, this mother of two now applies her analytical skills to illuminating surprising truths about relationships.
Lisa A. Rice is the associate editor of "Christian Living "magazine, the mother/foster mom of three teenager girls, and one teenage boy, and an experienced screenwriter and producer. She's also the coauthor, with Shaunti, of "For Young Women Only."
Shaunti Feldhahn is a popular public speaker, best-selling author, and nationally-syndicated newspaper columnist. She holds a graduate degree from Harvard University, and applies her analytical skills to helping figure out what makes people tick.
She and her husband, Jeff, are well known authors of such books as For Women Only and For Men Only. They are active leaders in their Atlanta-area church and the parents of two children.