Product Number : FR-91
True Stories by Teens About Anger
Edited by Laura Longhine of Youth Communication
In this book, real teens open up about their anger and tell personal stories that are grippingly honest. They describe the source of their rage, including parental abuse, street violence, peer pressure, and more. In addition, they offer realistic advice and anger management skills they have used in their struggle to gain control of their emotions and stop hurting others and themselves. Readers are inspired by the writers’ courage, strength, and resiliency to overcome problems both large and small. This book is ideal for teens who are reluctant to discuss their feelings or participate in therapy sessions.
Softcover, 167 pages, 5¼" × 7½"
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