He surrounds his discussion around Nathaniel Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter. His dad walked in his room one day and threw a book on his bed and walked out the room. Your eBook purchases will be available on your FluxPlayer app after purchase. You may unsubscribe from these email communications at any time. But, I believe that when all was said and done the auther did an excellant job. I know that a lot of you who read my blog probably don't agree with the whole teenage dating scene. He answers questions I remember having, I just wish someone had delivered the answers the way he does.
Packedwith humor that adds to the sound advice, this book will help teensmake betterdecisions, have healthier relationships, and be more prepared for theirfutures. Anyteen can live a happier, healthier life: they just need to hear The Truth. Any teen can live a happier, healthier life: they just need to hear The Truth. She writes books for children and young adults. She also designs websites and graphics on.
Find out more about her writing. This book humorously answers all of the questions teens have about relationships, while encouraging them to make smart decisions. But not everyone feels that way, and a lot of Christian teenagers are dating. Digital downloads are available as. Chad Eastham also discusses the whole This book is geared towards teenagers and is full of relationship advice for them. He presents Biblical principles without being preachy.
I feel like this book would be best for younger teenagers, or for ages 14-17 or so. I received this book free from the publisher through the BookSneeze®. I wish everyone in their teens and young adult years and just anyone who feels like their dating life is not going in the right direction would read it. There is no one alive who is Youer than you. I wish someone would have handed me this book when I started middle school or high school; it would have saved me so much drama, heartbreak, lost friendships, and sleepless nights. These are your choices, and this is your heart; go and do good things with them. The teenage years are about relationships and Eastham covers the popular questions of when to start dating, being friends, what is love, what is dating, how to know if someone is into you, and more.
I think the author hits the mark and will get their attention. I still don't feel like my questions about why guys do what they do are completely answered maybe if I interviewed the author personally and could be more specific, it might help but I think most of that is because the genders will always be something of a mystery to one another, purely because they are so absolutely different. This guy is a genuine Christian, but he doesn't come across as overly teachy or uptight. He does explain a few key principles and statistics, but only as a way to let you figure it out for yourself by handing you the best tools for the job. And even though it's perfectly appropriate for girls and guys some parts are even directed just to guys , I honestly can't imagine a guy picking this book off of the shelf. However, I was unaware that while this book does hark on Christian beliefs some, the message of the book as a whole was designed to reach more than just Christians. His writing style is really casual and relaxed, a lot like listening to him speak at conferences.
Find her editing portfolio on. However, when I saw this book being featured on Booksneeze, I was curious about it. I like this book and would recommend it for any of the teens in my small who are willing to read it. In just under 250 pages, Chad Eastham talks about subjects like the Twilight-phenomenon and why all young teenage girls and sometimes even boys! She's been blogging about books since 2010 and became an official reviewer for ind'Tale Magazine in September 2014. Chad Eastham makes it clear in the last chapter that there's no set plan that works for everybody and that you don't have to agree with everything he says.
And, Why do guys I like just want to be friends? Not only will I be recommending this book to anyone with teens, works with teens, but also a few who just left their teenage years and it will become a permanent part of my library. Rather than let their feelings navigate them blindly through their tumultuous adolescence, Chad offers clarity, some surprising revelations, and answers to some of their biggest questions: How do I know who to date? The book is filled with charts, lists, notes from readers, jokes and fun facts. As usual, Chad Eastham is a funny guy. This book is, of course, written from a Christian moral standpoint, but it's not preachy. These statistics might blow you away. He talks about our emotions and the differences between miserable teenagers and happy teenagers.
Your digital downloads will be available on your FluxPlayer app after purchase. Eastham shines some much-needed light on girls' favorite topics including dating, love, friendship, and other important issues. The opinions I have expressed are my own. As it turns out, the book is a great read for adults and teens alike. Overall, I really enjoyed this book.