Sex? Ready or Not?
Teens in today's world face a multitude of challenges in the way of social media, peer pressure, and academic expectations. Their bodies are changing, their minds are bombarded, and their hormones are racing until everything crashes and the tears start rolling uncontrollably. Maybe you're a teen and this all sounds too familiar.
Perhaps you're a parent, and this rings true of your child. Be assured, in either case, that there is hope: hope to help children whose bodies are quickly becoming adults, and hope for the teens actively going through it. You'll make it through with the advice and information provided in this book.
Most of the advice included is directed at teens, but as a parent, you will benefit from reading this book, too. It will help you gain perspective about what your child is going through. The "you" in most instances addresses the teen unless otherwise stated.
Teens, you don't have to do any of this alone.
The information in this book will guide you through one of the most exciting and equally stressful times of transition in your life. You're becoming an adult before the numbers in your age are able to keep up, and your parents just don't understand.
Maybe your friends are reliable, but honestly, they're just going through the same tumultuous transition into adulthood, too. And no one seems to have the answers.
Look no further! We're here to give you all the answers.
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About the author
Jason Black is a mentor to young people. He has made it his life's mission to focus on the problems of adolescents, such as puberty and relationships, and provides insightful solutions on how they can overcome and conquer these challenges. Having experienced challenges of his own throughout his adolescent years, he came to realize what a lonely and tough journey it is without a helping hand or the wisdom of an adult to guide you.
When he is not immersed in his creative writing, you can find him tucked away in some cozy coffee shop, daydreaming a little about what he can do next to make the life of some teenager across the word a little easier to navigate.