|By (author):||Shipp, Josh|
|Subject:||FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS / Life Stages / Adolescence|
|FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS / Parenting / Child Rearing|
|FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS / Parenting / General|
|PSYCHOLOGY / Developmental / Adolescent|
|Awards:||Nautilus Book Award Finalist
|Size:||8.00in x 5.31in|
|From The Publisher*|
Nautilus Gold Award Winner: Parenting & Family
A practical guide to understanding teens from bestselling author and global youth advocate Josh Shipp.
In 2015, Harvard researchers found that every child who does well in the face of adversity has had at least one stable and committed relationship with a supportive adult. But Josh Shipp didn't need Harvard to know that. Once an at-risk foster kid, he was headed straight for trouble until he met the man who changed his life: Rodney, the foster parent who refused to quit on Shipp and got him to believe in himself.
Now, in The Grown-Up's Guide to Teenage Humans, Shipp shows all of us how to be that caring adult in a teenager's life. Stressing the need for compassion, trust, and encouragement, he breaks down the phases of a teenage human from sixth to twelfth grade, examining the changes, goals, and mentality of teenagers at each stage.
Shipp offers revelatory stories that take us inside the teen brain, and shares wisdom from top professionals and the most expert grown-ups. He also includes practice scripts that address tough issues, including:
Written in Shipp's playfully authoritative, no-nonsense voice, The Grown-Up's Guide to Teenage Humans tells his story and unpacks practical strategies that can make a difference. Ultimately, it's not about shortcuts or magic words-as Shipp reminds us, it's about investing in kids and giving them the love, time, and support they need to thrive.
And that means every kid is one caring adult away from being a success story.
|Review Quote*||"This book is the training manual you never got. A must-have resource for parents, teachers, or anyone else who has to deal with teens."|
|Review Quote*||"Teenagers pose unique challenges for parents, teachers and caregivers. This book is an essential read, providing a unique pathway to best understand, connect with and guide us in nurturing healthy, resilient teens."|
|Review Quote*||"This is an invaluable guide to understanding, influencing, and genuinely helping the teenager in your life. Josh offers uncompromisingly practical tips to restore trust, build mutual respect, and expertly help them navigate adolescence successfully."|
|Review Quote*||"This book provides a deep understanding of a teenager's needs and a practical guide for nurturing optimal development. The advice Josh shares is evidence-based, no nonsense, and uncompromising in it's practicality. These insights will teach us how we can be that one caring adult every teen needs."|
|Review Quote*||"An accessible primer for helping parents understand and guide their kids through the often confounding adolescent years. Shipp addresses an array of typical problems faced by adolescents, each one accompanied by simple and logical action steps."|
|Review Quote*||"The success and impact of my work originates with teachers and other caring adults who invested in me during my formative teenage years. Josh Shipp's book arms caring adults with the principles, insights, and inspiration they need to help teens they care about succeed."|
|Review Quote*||"Raising an accountable adult is challenging but possible. Josh Shipp presents practical solutions to help parents and other caring adults be as effective as possible, even in the most difficult situations. You will acquire new strategies to provide teens with the skills and confidence they need to be successful!"|
|Review Quote*||"As both a Mom and professor, I found this parenting book to be a breath of fresh air. Josh skillfully combines heart, humor, and research-backed strategies to reclaim harmony with the teenage human in your life."|
|Review Quote*||"An essential guide to understanding and positively influencing adolescents. This book is equal parts inspiring and genuinely helpful for every parent, youth worker, educator, or anyone involved with teens in any capacity."|