Teen dating book

And, after watching a short interview with them, I was like "Hey! I have been curious about the subject though because I know a lot of teens who date and the rational behind it never made complete sense to me.Then I found out that the author of this book co-wrote it with his daughter, and that impressed and intrigued me. What I Thought About this Book: Just to be clear before we start: I'm not a fan of teenage dating, or dating just for fun, *but* if y'all are in that setting, then I highly recommend this book. The author says in the intro that he's a Christian, but it's not a Christian book, and it's not necessarily written for Christians. I also really appreciated Jacquelyn's honest and insight.Conclusion: As I said before, if you have a daughter of dating-age (or even if you are a dating teen), then this book should probably be on your to-read list.Rating: I'm giving The 10 Myths of Teen Dating 4 stars out of 5, and 8 stars out of 10.Though their experience is the primary source material, Dan has done some valuable research to support his arguments.This is a Christian book, and will be most well received by Christian re Full disclosure: I know Dan Anderson (though not well).

I was impressed with the way the book was set up and by the co-writing of the father and daughter team.

*I received this book free from Litfuse*Full disclosure: I know Dan Anderson (though not well).

He was one of my daughter's teachers (and one of her favorites).

There were a couple of chapters that I only skimmed because I don't feel the need to know all the information right now, but for parents I can see how it would be incredibly enlightening and helpful.

I didn't agree with everything the authors said, but that's to be expected.

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