Although many factors play a part in the problems and pressures of teenage years, one of them demands a closer scrutiny from believing parents; the factor of boy-girl relationships. I believe to close our eyes to this phenomenon is to bypass a vital means of helping our youth through the potentially troublesome teen years. Why have so many parents, teachers, and preachers accepted the status-quo in this area? Must we accept things the way they are simply because it is popular and acceptable, or do we have the authority, responsibility and desire to amend what is proving to be a major factor in the spiritual demise of our teens. Even though these authority figures witness the spiritual and emotional upheavals caused by permissive, "carte blanche" dating and pairing off in schools, youth groups, camps, etc. I believe the primary responsibility still remains in the home as it always has.
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Junior High Drama: The First-Date Dilemma Jane B. Mason NEW Free Shipping | Trade Me
All the sixth graders at Memorial Middle School are talking about one thing: Lucia's had enough talk about what to wear and who's going with who. If her best friend hadn't insisted, she wouldn't even go to the dumb party. But after she gets to know Adesh, she starts to thinking maybe this boy-girl party won't be so bad. Too bad he's interested in another girl. Supported with a glossary and reader response questions, this Junior High Drama story is an entertaining pick for readers and a safe choice for libraries. This is a Capstone Classroom Sole Source product.
Junior High Drama: The First-Date Dilemma
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Jane Mason is no super hero, but having three kids sometimes makes her wish she had superpowers. She makes her home in Oakland, California, with her husband, three children, their dog, and a gecko. Her boys are begging for a pet cheetah, but Jane is holding firm.