Recognizing the Warning Signs and Giving New Direction
Does your child do and say things just to be liked and accepted? Constantly talk about what others think and say? Go from one relational drama to the next? These are all warning signs that your child is feeling the weight of peer pressure.
Paul David Tripp explains the fears that underlie your teenager's struggle with peer pressure, and then he offers specific things to do and not do that will encourage your child to live for God's approval, instead of the acceptance of friends.
About the author:
Paul David Tripp, M.Div., D.Min., is the president of Paul Tripp Ministries and theExecutive Director of the Center for Pastoral Life and Care in Fort Worth, Texas. He is the author of many articles, booklets, and books, including Age of Opportunity: A Biblical Guide to Parenting Teens;Instruments in the Redeemer's Hands;A Quest for More; Whiter Than Snow: Meditations on Sin and Mercy; and A Shelter in the Time of Storm: Meditations on God and Trouble; and the coauthor of How People Change andRelationships: A Mess Worth Making.