She's Almost a Teenager
Essential Conversations to Have Now
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Is Your Daughter on the Right Path?
Do you know what your daughter really thinks about boys, school, God, her future? It's not easy to be sure. These and other important topics don't often come up in everyday conversation. Plus, a girl's views on life can shift quickly, thanks to friends, pop culture, and other influences.
Now, with this book, you can connect with your daughter and help her navigate the coming teen years. Based on tried-and-true parenting wisdom, you will find thoughtful questions and talking points that lead to meaningful, natural conversations on key issues, including:
· Physical and emotional changes your daughter is facing
· Taking ownership of her spiritual life
· Using social media responsibly
· and much more
These bonding times will not only help you both get ready for the years ahead, but they will show that you love her dearly.
Great for Moms and Dads!
"This informative, lively book is full of practical ideas. She's Almost a Teenager is creatively centered around important conversations every parent needs to have with their tween daughters to prepare them for what's ahead in adolescence. I highly recommend it!"
Cheri Fuller, speaker and author of What a Girl Needs From Her Mom
"Want daughters who behave the way you want when you're around? There's lots of advice that might help for a week or two. Want girls who learn to think wisely and confidently tackle life? Learn from the profound and practical question-asking guidance offered in this book."
Jim and Lynne Jackson, co-founders of Connected Families
"Do you have an 'almost teen'? It's time to drop the directives, and dialogue instead. The Larsons and Arps don't offer a big complicated plan. They provide something much better--conversation. If you want to get your daughter actively thinking rather than serendipitously slipping into the teens, you need this book."
Lori Wildenberg, co-founder of 1 Corinthians Parenting and co-author of Raising Big Kids with Supernatural Love
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