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The Talks: A Parent's Guide to Critical Conversations about Sex, Dating, and Other Unmentionables Paperback – February 7, 2014
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Barrett Johnson served in pastoral ministry for more than 25 years, most recently as the Family Minister at Johnson Ferry Baptist Church in Atlanta. He is the founder of INFO for Families, a ministry designed to resource imperfect and normal families just like his. His blog (found at infoforfamilies.com) has more than 30,000 hits per month. Barrett has degrees from Texas A&M University and Southwestern Seminary, but has received his best education through the no-holds-barred nature of everyday family life. Barrett is the husband to Jenifer, the father of five great kids (including three adolescents and a married daughter), and the youngest and coolest grandfather you have ever met.
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Top Customer Reviews
Second, the feeling of freedom in seeing how I can use my past failures for good in my kids' lives.
Third, the 15 practical talks I can have with my kids. Just having an outline and some specific questions gives me courage to start the dialogues.
The author has waded into some areas that most parents feel helpless and hopeless in, and given clear points of discussion. This book is well named; it's giving me what I need to talk with my kids and help them navigate and learn.