Winner of The National Parenting Center's Seal of Approval
Teens can be threatened or tempted by many negative influences or people. This book addresses many of them: jealousy, prejudice, teen sex, anger and aggression, teasing, sexual harassment, harmful or violent relationships. It discusses bullies, sexual con artists, and people who do not respect others' personal boundaries.
Teens are taught how to identify and prepare for such situations and people, given strategies for handling them, and encouraged to seek the help of parents, teachers, or other adults when in difficulty, doubt, or crisis.
What's Right for Me? enhances a youth's ability to empathize with others and to take responsibility for his or her own behavior and future success. For ages 13 and up.
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Ron Herron was director of the Writing Division at Boys Town.
Val J. Peter was ececutive director of Boys Town.Review:
"This is a very strong resource for teens who are facing the issues that make adolescence a turbulent time." --National Parenting Center, Fall 1998
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