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The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens: The Miniature Edition Hardcover – April 15, 2003
Doctor Who Coloring Book for All Ages
With 96 stunning pages to color, plus quotes from the beloved TV show, this out-of-this-world adult coloring book is perfect for any creative Doctor Who fan. Paperback
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My freshmen year of high school was really hard for me, my moms drug use escalated and I felt trapped. I was about to give up and go towards the bad stuff my family did/does. I just wanted to be accepted, I was too weird for the normal kids, but not hardcore enough the kids that let me hang with them.
I had no support, and I felt like I couldn't reach out, after a suicide attempt, I was put into a leadership class and the Curriculum was the Seven habits of highly effective teens
This book helped me:
Over come my family (I moved out when I was 16)
Get better grades (I went from a 1.6-3.8 in one year and graduated with a 2.5)
It helped strengthen my moral goals (and give me some also)
and It helped me take care of myself
I am now 19 a freshmen in college and working towards becoming an abnormal Child Psychologist.
A few good teachers and this book saved me from a life of crime and drugs.
I feel like there are a lot kids out there that need this book, and a few good teachers.
P.s. I still have my copy from my freshmen year, all beat up and highlighted and I re-read it every so often to remind myself of all the awesome stuff in there.
I've read the book and all I can say is that the book does not deliver miracles from heaven that can brilliantly transform your life and make it oh-so-fabulous. It didn't promise that either, by the way.
What it does is to offer tried-and-tested, reliable advice, the kind that your mother or teacher would have given you. Call it rehashed common sense, but the cartoons and quotes make it easier to digest and not-so-painful to internalise. Yes it's naggy, yes it's authoritarian, yes it's condescending at some parts... I don't doubt that. The thing is that in the end, it's still well-intentioned, useful advice. It's perfectly okay to just pick out one chapter, or one quote etc. that means something to you and ditch the rest. Really. Or if you really think that none of it can help you in your life, then take it as a few hours of harmless entertainment, forget about the book and get on with your life. Case closed.
As for those who haven't read the book yet, give it a chance. You might just be able to pick up one or two things here and there which, when put into practice, may just make your life that little bit more sane and less messed-up. Best of luck to you.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My English teacher in high school introduced us to this book it's an Outstanding book it helped me so much throughout my teens. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Amazon Customer
Got this as a gift for a 15 year old girl. I'm told she really likes it and has read it a lot- even bookmarking pages and folding page corners to leave notes for herself, etc. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Miranda Cook
I bought this book for my 15 year old daughter. I read about half of it so far and I have to say this is a must read for all teens and parents. Great information. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Mimi J
My 15 y/o grandson was in trouble r/t his grades dropping and an increasingly smart mouth. I gave it to him while he was grounded. Read morePublished 24 days ago by drp
This is just as good of a book as his others, and I am so happy I bought this for my fifteen year old. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jody Aubert