Multi-volume author, Trina Jordan, introduces us to her book of life advice: How to Live: Preteens: Trust Your Gut:
Preteens learn to live before life becomes complicated. Today, there are many teenagers experiencing moments in their life at a very early age. They are experimenting with sex before their 15th birthday. They are experimenting with recreational drugs before their 13th birthday.
My reason for this second book is to share with preteens the life experiences they are experiencing and will experience as they grow. I hope preteens will gain insight from each chapter and hold onto it. I hope preteens will refer back to this book as they reach the different stages in their life.
My first book has very similar contents as this one. However, my first book includes adult content. I decided to share some of my life experiences as a married woman. Even though the adult content was written in a modest format, I felt it was not appropriate for preteens.
I hope this book will help preteens understand their life. I wish I had someone to guide me when I was a preteen.
I like this book quite a bit. The author brings the difficult issues into the light and offers gentle encouragement, just like a favorite auntie. These issues are encountered by all kids of this age, at school, hanging out with friends and even at home sometimes. This kind of advice can save a young person so much grief, and that is the goal of Trina.
She has made many of these mistakes and hopes to help preteens avoid making them also. I have made many of those mistakes also.
I give “How to Live, Preteens: Trust Your Gut” a score of 4.9 stars. The score would have been higher except for a few spelling errors. These errors have been corrected; your reading experience will be smoother.
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Tags: parenting, pre-teens, teenagers, self-help, self-esteem, hope, faith, family, school, relationships, work
Copyright © 2019 Mark Schultz except for the author’s introduction
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