Escaping the Endless Adolesence
It doesn’t sound like anything I don’t already know but it’s always better to read these things and have the facts and proof to back it up.
Drawing on their extensive research and practice, Joseph Allen and Claudia Worrell Allen show that most teen problems are not hardwired into teens’ brains and hormones but grow instead out of a “Nurture Paradox” in which our efforts to support our teens by shielding them from the growth-spurring rigors and rewards of the adult world have backfired badly. With compelling examples and practical and profound suggestions, the authors outline a novel approach for producing dramatic leaps forward in teen maturity,
Posted on May 4, 2013, in enjoy life, Hope for America, Problems to Ponder, The Life of Man and tagged adolesence, adulthood, book list, escaping the endless adolesence, growing up, literature, maturity, nature vs nurture, psychology, reading list. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.