Adolescence: How to Survive It: A Guide for Parents, Teachers and Young Adults by Tony Little
There is an emerging crisis in the lives of 21st-century youth, their parents, their teachers and their peers. The complex experiences of adolescents with permanent access to technology, growing psychological…
There is an emerging crisis in the lives of 21st-century youth, their parents, their teachers and their peers. The complex experiences of adolescents with permanent access to technology, growing psychological pressures, increasing competition for grades and ultimately jobs mean that this generation of adolescents is suffering from a range of problems that their predecessors have not faced.
In this book, Eton's former president and best-selling author, Tony Little, and psychologist for children and adolescents, Herb Atkin, addresses the problems adolescents face and determines how to combat them. Adolescence: How to Survive Covers a range of topics from what is actually adolescence, to challenges such as drug use, discipline, personal well-being.
The book sets adolescence in context before Little and Itkin participate in a series of question-and-answer dialogues to address key issues that are relevant and useful to anyone working or living with adolescents and adolescents themselves. Like Tony Little's "Intelligent Intelligence Guide" (the first 10 tips for dealing with teens alone are worth the price of coverage, the Sunday Times), this book is readable and indispensable to parents, teachers and young people alike..
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