Am I the Only One?: Struggling Being a Teen by Treena WynesAm I the Only One?: Struggling Being a Teen by Treena Wynes

Am I the Only One?: Struggling Being a Teen

byTreena Wynes

Paperback | January 1, 2015

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It's not easy being a teen. Entering the adult world of judgment and responsibility can be tough, especially when you're already dealing with a changing body. The need to stand on your own can conflict with your need to belong, and the overwhelming nature of it all can make you wonder if you're the only one who feels this way. Am I the Only One? helps you see your potential, providing tools to build confidence and hope, and letting you know that even if it feels like it, you're not alone.
Treena Wynes is a registered social worker with over 15 years experience working with teens as a child welfare worker, counsellor, and child and youth advocate. Treena is also a mother of two boys: one transitioning out of adolescence and the other smack in the middle of it. Working with teens and raising her own has provided insight o...
Title:Am I the Only One?: Struggling Being a TeenFormat:PaperbackDimensions:208 pages, 6.5 × 5.5 × 0.5 inPublished:January 1, 2015Publisher:Your Nickel's Worth PublishingLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1927756375

ISBN - 13:9781927756379


Editorial Reviews

" excellent, lasting guide--a great discussion starter that teens and guardians can use together when issues arise." --Dr. Jerry Goebel, founder & developer, The Compassionate Focus and Intentional Courtesy Projects"...thoughtful and relatable." --Arielle PICHE, counsellor, Catholic Family Services"Am I the Only One? is a comprehensive, honest guide for teens as they navigate through physical, social, and emotional changes and challenges. Wynes covers topics that teens want to know about but are tough to bring up. This book encourages self-exploration and helps teens gain a better understanding of who they really are. An excellent resource that teens will relate to." --Lisa Helgason, counsellor, Catholic Family Services