When Kids Hurt



When Kids Hurt Chap Clark s groundbreaking Hurt Inside the World of Today s Teenagers revealed the hard truth about contemporary adolescence societal changes and systemic abandonment have left teenagers struggling to navigate the ever lengthening and ever difficult transition to adulthood without caring adults When Kids Hurt offers these challenging insights to youth workers and parents in a accessible form, with greater focus on how adults should respond Practical sidebars and application sections, contributed by other youth experts, provide additional insights into youth culture and how adults can better guide adolescents into adulthood This book will be an important resource for youth workers, parents, counselors, and others who work with youth. New Download When Kids Hurt author Chap Clark For Kindle ePUB or eBook – therehabboutique.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 203 pages
  • When Kids Hurt
  • Chap Clark
  • English
  • 12 August 2018
  • 0801071836

10 thoughts on “When Kids Hurt

  1. ReD says:

    This came highly recommended to me from professors at my grad school I m going to be working with teens and middle schoolers in the fall, so I was hoping for a book that provided a framework and foundation for understanding feelings of adolescent abandonment.While this book touches on these themes briefly, it servesas an advertisement for the author s prior book It is heavily Christian motivated, something I did not realize before picking it up While I understand Christianity can be a p This came highly recommended to me from professors at my grad school I m going to be working with teens and middle schoolers in the fall, so I was hoping for a book that provided a framework and foundation for understanding feelings of adolescent abandonment.While this book touches on these themes briefly, it servesas an advertisement for the author s prior book It is heavily Christian motivated, something I did not realize before picking it up While I understand Christianity can be a powerful force of good in people s lives, it was not what I was looking for.The author seems shocked that teens, filled with hormones, would be interested in exploring their sexuality The author tilts the languages towards blaming the parents, which inevitably comes across as blaming the mother During one section, he takes a cross list of the most stressful life events in teens If you look at the entire list online, there is a wide range of variety from academics, spor...

  2. Lisa says:

    Interesting book geared for parents of adolescents and soon to be adolescents Much of the advice isn t rocket science, so to speak It s pretty practical stuff, about not over booking your kids so they are busy and exhausted And making sure you spend plenty of time with your kids The author talks about how k...

  3. Bridget says:

    I found this book to be a little uneven During the first section, I kept thinking Yes Just yes this is so right on In the following two sections there were a few points like that, but it was less consistent Perhaps this was because I work with high school kids Some of the facts would maybe be shocking surprising to people who don t work with high school students However, I wasn t really surprised by many of the facts I also found the solution section to be a bit conflicting or maybe I found this book to be a little uneven D...

  4. Debra Slonek says:

    An immensely helpful book to anyone who is priveleged to be working with today s troubled and abandoned teens I am the mother of two teenagers and am a volunteer leader in our youth group at church Many of our teens are suffering from abandonment Re...

  5. Louie Olivares says:

    A must read for anyone working with youth Chap talksabout some the the issues he raised in the book HURT Provides a look into the hidden world of teen culture This book also shares things that we can do to stem the the tide of systemic abandonment that has been affecting our teens for decades.

  6. Dale says:

    Clark did not convince me that the methods by which today s teens deal with life and school is all that different from my experience 30 years ago There has evidently been an exponential moral decline in behavior But just applying the new term cluster doesn t mak...

  7. Heidi says:

    Having a tween this has opened my eyes to some of the difficulties, that girls my daughter invites to church, may be going through It explains some reactions and behaviors Good book for me in interpreting their Q s and what I can do to help Not only for her friends but my daughter also.

  8. Ginny says:

    I thought it gave good advice for adult leaders, but did not necessarily agree with everything mentioned It does contain stats that will need to be updated in a few years, but a good start for seeing what is important in students lives and common challenges they face.

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