You will not find, in all of history, a generation of adolescents confronted daily with a world as complex or interconnected or overwhelming as the one we share today.
If you are worried about your teenage child, you are not alone. Professionals around the world are reporting unprecedented levels of anxiety, depression, disengagement, eating disorders and suicide among adolescents; irrespective of country, race, religion, family size or whether they are part of single-parent or extended families.
I encourage you to read these five walks. Then try to coax your teenage child to read them. Ideally, you will have a lot of material to talk about. If your child is unwilling or unable to complete the read, you will still find many useful tools and starting point from which to build your own strategies and pathways through which to help and guide your child.
Take these five walks along the road into adulthood. Along the way, you will pick up simple, practical tools to use in your day-to-day life.
Feel connected. Feel understood. Feel reassured. Feel inspired.
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