Truth About Dating Love And Just Being F
And How Not to Be Miserable as a Teenager Because Life Is Short, and Seriously, Things Don't Magically Get Better After High School and Lots of Other Important Studd, But We'll Get to That Later...
by Thomas Nelson Publishers
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Chad Eastham, with his typical wit and wisdom for teens, brings much sought after advice on girls’ favourite topics including dating, love, friendship, and other important stuff.
Chad shines some much-needed light on these major issues for teens. Rather than let their feelings navigate them blindly through their tumultuous adolescence, Chad offers clarity, some surprising revelations, and answers to some of their biggest questions: How do I know who to date? When should I start dating? How should I start dating? Is this really love? And, Why do guys I like just want to be friends?
Packed with humor that adds to the sound advice, this book will help teens make better decisions, have healthier relationships, and be more prepared for their futures. Just a few things girls will learn include: Five things you need to know about love; Eight dumb dating things even smart people do; Ten reasons why teens are unhappy; and Ten things happy teens do.
Any teen can live a happier, healthier life: they just need to hear The Truth.
Truth About Dating Love And Just Being F by Thomas Nelson Publishers was published by Thomas Nelson in February 2011 and is our 5748th best seller. The ISBN for Truth About Dating Love And Just Being F is 9781400316410.
|Page last updated||29th October 2012|
|Author / Artist||Thomas Nelson Publishers|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||Thomas Nelson (February 2011)|
|Number of Pages||246|