My rating: 5 of 5 stars
“What Do You think of Me? Why Do i Care?”, sounds like what we can hear from pre-teens to young adults and in today’s world, they are facing a lot of pressures that are more than just peer pressure, what do they wear, or “Mom and Dad just don’t get it”, but seem to be dealing with more mature issues than any other generations has before.
Although I’m not a teenager anymore (except maybe in heart and mind sometimes) and more in the “You’re so not cool, Mom” category, “What Do You think of Me? Why Do i Care?” really impressed me in the connection that it does make with pre-teens to young adults (the 17-college age)who are finding themselves, probrably thinking…how do they balance their walk with God while dealing with the pressures that the world can and does bring.
“What Do You think of Me? Why Do i Care?”, doesn’t talk down to them, talks on their level and provides the pre-teen to young adult crowd, with not only down to earth, solutions and ways to work through the issues that are bothering them, but provides strong Scriptural backgrounds, that, always with prayer, would encourage them to try and look at things with a different perspective and one that will glorify, our Father in Heaven.
For parents who maybe struggling with, how to connect with their kids and let them know,”What Do You think of Me? Why Do i Care?”, this book really appears to help provide, one avenue to help with discussions that might be bothering their pre-teen or young adult with dealing with whatever it is that might be bothering them.
This is a great book to open up conversations, and open up a bridge to connect with the kids and really more for the pre-teen to young adult age to figure out, “What Do You think of Me? Why Do i Care?”.
So if you find yourself or maybe find your kids having that, “What Do You think of Me? Why Do i Care?”, check this book out and see how it can open the needed doors in your pre-teen to young adult life.
Disclaimer: This post contains my personal opinions and does not reflect the opinion of any organization I am/was associated with or affiliated to.The product I have reviewed was/is based on my honest opinion and was not influenced or edited by anyone.Thank you to Audra Jennings of TBB Media for the complimentary copy, in exchange for my honest opinion.