Move Over 13 Reasons Why: New Book Addresses Teen Issues in a Healthy Manner

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  • Philadelphia, PA-NJ (1888PressRelease) June 01, 2017 - Move Over 13 Reasons Why: Author and therapist offers tools to help parents and teenage girls remain resilient in challenging times. Robin Axelrod Sabag, LCSW

    Strong Girls, Strong parents: A Guide to Raising Teenage Girls in a New Era
    "Your teenage daughter hasn't lost her mind and neither have you". So says Strong Girls, Strong Parents: A Guide to Raising Teenage Girls in a New Era, a handbook written by a clinician with more than fifteen years of experience in helping teens and their parents to develop a healthier way of communicating.

    The growing pains your daughter is experiencing are real-and are complicated by the daily pressure she feels from peers, the social media, and the pop culture to conform to a certain standard. This book provides you with a wealth of information to help you to understand how today's culture complicates the natural changes your daughter is experiencing, emotionally and physically, as she transitions to adulthood. It also includes exercises to equip you with the tools you need to help your daughter better manage the sometimes difficult life stage of being a teenage girl. Strong Girls, Strong Parents tackles the following topics: Self-esteem, Personal identity, Body image, Cyberbullying, Partying, Dating, Blended families, Self-injury, and Suicidality.

    Once you fully understand the challenges your daughter is facing as she grows up in today's world, you will better understand what makes her tick. And you will be better equipped to help her find her way through these trying years as she strives to become a confident and healthy young woman.

    The target audience is mothers, fathers and primary caregivers for teenage girls. Additionally, other practitioners in the mental health or education field who work with teenage girls will find this book beneficial. Care givers will benefit from this book as they develop ways with which to address important issues in the lives of teen girls

    Robin Axelrod Sabag is a clinical social worker, and marriage and family therapist who has been helping teens and their families to improve their communication skills and to build strong family bonds for over 15 years.

    Sabag has worked in a variety of settings, including residential treatment centers and outpatient settings and has been in private practice as the provider of clinical and oversight services. A sought-after mental-health expert, she often speaks and writes on the topic of teenage girls and has been an adjunct professor at Temple University. Additionally, Sabag has been interviewed on Fox TV, offering advice on how to speak to children about hate crimes.

    In the face of issues that teens face, it is essential to equip teenagers and their families with useful tools, such as this guide provides. The book is intended to be an antidote to quick solutions and fantasy films that put teens at risk. Book can be found at: on Amazon.

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