Most of the descriptions are brief and they don't get to technical and I know parents get a little worried and embarrassed discussing the concept of sex to your teenagers.
Some parents even decide to just let the school system teach sex education.
Nicole's creative strategic scenarios, discussion questions, and Bible studies have and will continue to equip parents to proactively prepare their tweens and teens to respond to challenges with courage and grace.
Being a relatively new parent and a parent of a pre-teen to boot, the issues that permeate the world of the pre-teen and teenage years are increasingly coming to the forefront of everyday life.
How they respond to these “hot-button” issues can have lasting effects on who they want to be and who they actually become.
What if parents can help their teens prepare for these hot buttons–before the issues become a problem?
He specializes in strengthening intimate relationships. His internationally syndicated "Relationships" column is now in its 23rd year.
Something that charges them up and receives an intense reaction. Take an issue like dating–we talk about the boundaries. We even make sure we apprrove of the date and talk about saying no to sexual advances. You see, if we don’t hit those truth head on before they become an issue, our teens will think it’s a secret, it’s specific to them, and we really don’t know what we’re asking them to say no to. Also, the first two Hot Buttons books: Dating and Internet, release on 6/1.
The Hot Buttons Series is a quick-reference resource that parents can use to equip their kids to make the right decisions, even in the face of peer pressure and outside influences.
More than just another how-to manual, these books offer practical real-life situations that parents can read and discuss with their preteens.
How teens respond to these challenges will influence their future, possibly define their future, maybe even determine whether they have a future or not.
Following four successful books in the uniquely packaged Hot Buttons Series, author, mom, and broadcaster, Nicole O'Dell From dating to drugs, modesty to purity, morals to popularity, teens face all sorts of tough issues.