13 year old Aayushi asks “Can I make BOYFRIENDS?”
Piyush says “When I want to read I feel that instead of English, the words are in French.” After doing MBBS, Tushaar says “I cannot stand the sight of blood."
Have you as a student, teacher or parent found yourself on a threshold where giving answers to questions on life seem impossible?
Do you have difficulties in defining intelligence in today’s technological generation?
Do you think choosing right career at the right time can save children from falling prey to serious nervousness?
How can teenagers who are in clutches of developmental anxieties be helped?
Who should partner with whom to become facilitators of learning?
If this is the quest of your life, then this book “Life skills for teenagers” Is for you.
It has been written to make students, teachers, parents and educators resourceful in giving answers.
The students will relate to the counseling cases, as they are taken from their peers, and will find that the chapters relating to the issues in their lives, with which they struggle every day.
It emphasizes that specific teenage problems can be dealt by providing them with information, counseling and guidance in such a way that their Career, Educational, Behavioral and Personal concerns are met with effective solutions.