Author: Susie Shellenberger & Kathy Gowler
Paperback: 208 pages
Strategies to Help Parents Successfully Guide Girls into Adulthood:
How much do you really know about your daughter? Many girls hesitate to share their deepest thoughts and questions with their moms for fear of being misunderstood or criticized. When you aren't sure how to communicate with your preteen or teen daughter, this must-read book will give you insights on topics from trust to destructive behaviors to social media to faith and much more. Your daughter wants your support; now you can be equipped to provide it more effectively.
From the Back Cover
Your Daughter Has Questions; Be Ready With the Answers
Your teen or preteen daughter's day-to-day life is dramatically different from the one you experienced, from cyberbullying to sexting to different assumptions about boys and dating. Are there things she's afraid to tell you? Questions she's too embarrassed to ask?
She's at an age when she needs you to both listen and advise--don't give her the opportunity to look for answers or understanding elsewhere. Here is the biblically sound advice you need to keep communication open and feel confident you have the answers she needs.
Susie Shellenberger has written 57 books and is a full-time speaker living in Bethany, Oklahoma. She speaks 43 weeks/weekends every year and recently received her Doctorate of Divinity degree from Southern Nazarene University. Susie was the founding editor of Focus on the Family's Brio magazine.
Kathy Gowler has counseled hundreds of teen girls, both in person and through her work with Focus on the Family's Brio magazine. She and her husband, Jeff, have two grown children and live in Colorado Springs, Colorado.