The truth about dating love and just being friends

The Truth About Dating, Love & Just Being Friends…and how NOT to be MISERABLE as a TEENAGER because life is SHORT, and seriously, things don’t MAGICALLY get BETTER after ...The Truth About Dating, Love & Just Being Friends Sally's Rating: On 7/7 Christa Darr wrote: As I expected, this book was still a little beyond where we currently are in life. Literally, every topic that comes up in a youth group discussion can have a bearing on teenagers and their relationships.Chad Eastham, with his typical wit and wisdom for teens, brings much sought after advice on girls’ favorite topics including dating, love, friendship, and other important stuff. There has never been a single documented account of the largest bird in the world burying its head in the sand. It can be helpful to know the habits of the people you are traveling through life with.Chad shines some much-needed light on these major issues for teens. Packed with humor that adds to the sound advice, this book will help teens make better decisions, have healthier relationships, and be more prepared for their futures. It was a guy named Pliny the Elder, a Roman historian, who most likely mistook his observation of the giant bird. The point is that we make all kinds of observations about all kinds of things. For example, people say things all the time about teens and their habits, opinions, and lifestyles. Not so you can be like everyone else, but so you can at least know some of the things that make you a part of the group.Rather than let their feelings navigate them blindly through their tumultuous adolescence, Chad offers clarity, some surprising revelations, and answers to some of their biggest questions: How do I know who to date? I don’t normally read this kind of book – I prefer fiction, and I’m stubborn enough to believe that if anyone can help me with anything, that’ll be me.And not some self-help guru, the Easter Bunny or a guy named Chad Eastham.

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I don’t normally read this kind of book – I prefer fiction, and I’m stubborn enough to believe that if anyone can help me with anything, that’ll be me.Rather than let their feelings navigate them blindly through their tumultuous adolescence, Chad offers clarity, some surprising revelations, and answers to some of their biggest questions: How do I know who to date? Packed with humor that adds to the sound advice, this book will help teens make better decisions, have healthier relationships, and be more prepared for their futures.Let’s face it - Dating Relationships are just hard.There’s so much drama involved – don’t act like you don’t know what we’re talking about here.