This book opens the door for parents who want to understand the issues that their children are faced with everyday – from the child’s perspective. It confirms that parents are doing a great job in some areas and that there is room for improvement in others. It provides adults with answers to some of these issues and things to think about.
This book covers the subjects of body image, eating disorders, bullying, suicide, bullycide, respect, honest communication, the impact of media including violent video games, the digital world -texting/sexting, self-harm, rumours, gossip, drama, depression and anxiety.
The book is the result of requests made by parents following school & parent workshops that Dwayne presented across North America.
Strategies and challenges are in place for parents to look at their parenting styles- what is working and what is not. Many people believe that knowledge is power but you will see that knowledge is potential power, action is power.