As your children’s primary educators, it’s your right and duty to make sure your children are forearmed and forewarned when it comes to dealing with sexual temptations in a Catholic way and resisting the secular world’s false vision of love.
In Raising Pure Teens, noted chastity speakers Jason Evert and Chris Stefanick incorporate the Church’s wisdom with 10 proven strategies for talking with teens about chastity. They offer a perfect blend of humor and sobriety, real-life stories and effective metaphors, cutting-edge science and undeniable logic.
Once you read Raising Pure Teens, you’ll realize you’re not alone in bringing these beautiful truths to your teens—and you won’t be alone as you help them implement these teachings in their own lives.
Jason Evert holds a master’s degree in theology and undergraduate degrees in counseling and theology from Franciscan University of Steubenville. He is the author of more than 10 books, including If You Really Loved Me, and How to Find Your Soulmate without Losing Your Soul, which challenge young people to embrace the virtue of chastity. Each year, Jason speaks to more than 100,000 teens in high schools and colleges internationally.
Archbishop Charles J. Chaput has called Chris Stefanick “one of the most engaging young defenders
of the Christian faith on the scene today.” Chris speaks to over 50,000 teens, young adults, and parents every year. He is the founder of RealLifeCatholic.com.
Some parts of the job are obvious. Don't run with scissors. Brush your teeth. Be kind to animals.
But some parts of parenting are not so cut and dry.
How do I set healthy limits and risk not being liked? How do I turn off technology - theirs and mine? How do I say "no" when everyone else is saying "yes"? How do I raise them Catholic and keep them Catholic? How do I manage our crazy schedules? How do I get to work on my family?
Dr. Joseph White, practicing clinical psychologist and noted author, just handed you the toolbox.
With almost 20 years of experience counseling children and families, Dr. White knows how to break down the tough topics into bite size pieces for families. Practical advice, actionable tips, and comforting stories combine to give parents exactly the tools they need to learn:How to fearlessly form your kids in the faithHow to simplify the family schedule and keep your sanityHow to discipline your kids (and not feel guilty)How to raise thankful childrenHow to make your kids gracious winnersHow to be a married couple and parents at the same time (and why it matters)All parents face challenges, but Catholic parents have a unique opportunity - the ability to weather any storm with the grace that comes from their Catholic faith. And a bit of help from A Catholic Parent's Toolbox.
In Don’t Let the Culture Raise Your Kids, Marcia shows us how today’s parents need to be different — and why. She coaches parents to lead their children with confidence and authority, eyes wide open to the pitfalls and dangers that surround them, whether in the media, in school, or among their peers.
It’s not too late to raise Christian kids. It’s this simple: Don’t Let the Culture Raise Your Kids. Armed with the information provided in this book, you can start today.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Marcia Segelstein has covered family issues for more than twenty-five years as a producer for CBS News and as a columnist. She has written for FoxNews.com, First Things, WORLD Magazine, and Touchstone, and is a senior editor for Salvo magazine. Marcia is a graduate of Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service. She and her husband have two “twenty-something” children.
This book is a collection of Jason’s replies to the top 100 questions he receives from teens around the world. Questions include:How far is too far?How do I tell a guy “no” without hurting his feelings?How do you know when it’s love?What’s wrong with pornography?How do I forgive myself?…And 95 others.
If you’re looking for a straightforward and convincing explanation of the difference between love and lust, this book is for you.
This new edition is revised and expanded with more than 80 pages of new material.