Sunday, February 10, 2013

The Truth About Breaking Up, Making Up and Moving On

The Truth About Breaking Up, Making Up and Moving On
by Chad Eastham
Thomas Nelson
Published date: Jan. 8,   2013
Teen Boy 13-17
Teen Girl 13-17

Breaking up is hard to do, and it affects almost every teen at some point. This third addition to Chad Eastman’s bestselling series will be a great resource for teens. 
Ending a relationship, or being broken up with, is a common experience for teenagers, but they don’t always know how to deal with those situations in a healthy way. Using humor, Scripture, and practical advice, this book will give girls the tools they need to handle these events in their life and give them some fresh perspective as well. This is also a great resource for parents, youth leaders, school counselors, and anyone working with youth to equip them to walk with the teens who are experiencing heartache and tough decisions about relationships. 
The way people handle relationships as teenagers can set a precedent for how they relate with others for the rest of their lives; this book will give teens a foundation for a lifetime of healthy relationships.

My Review:
I asked to review The Truth About Breaking Up, Making Up and Moving On , by Chad Eastham because I am the grand mother of 7 grand-daughters, four between the ages of 12-16. Chad has a great way of making a serious topic totally fun for teen boys and girls, between the ages of 13-17.  He covers social media (FB, etc) today and its effects on teens as well as adults.  Chad frequently puts himself "out there" and explains how he learned to deal with certain experiences he had problems with. This puts the young reader in a more receptive mood to take advice from the book.  I learned a lot in this book myself which surprised me.  I will be purchasing this book for members of my family.
Thank you, Chad for a much needed book for teens in the social media age we live in.  You will learn how to break up, make up(or if your should) and how to gracefully move on.

I received this book from Net Galley and Thomas Nelson for my honest review.

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