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In this adaptation of the #1 New York Times bestseller The 5 Love Languages (more than 10 million copies sold), Dr.
Gary Chapman explores the world in which teenagers live, explains their developmental changes, and gives tools to help you identify and appropriately communicate in your teen's love language.
These physiological changes spur numerous questions in the mind of the teenager. The teen now has the ability to think about how things could be different, what a world without war would look like, or how understanding parents would treat their children.
The world of expanded possibilities opens all kinds of doors for self-identity.
The contemporary teenager lives in a truly global society.
Interestingly, however, his focus continues to be upon himself — his identity and his independence. The places where the teenager expresses independence and identity have changed through the years, but the means continue to be basically the same: music, dance, fashion, fads, language, and relationships.
Thus, the larger cultural changes became the backdrop for an emerging teenage culture.
Gary travels the world presenting seminars, and his radio programs air on more than 400 stations. CHAPTER 1Understanding Today's Teenagers* * *Teenagers didn't even exist seventy years ago ... At least they weren't given their own separate generational distinction until the recent past.
The word teenager first came into popular use around the time of the Second World War.
Throughout the years, teenagers in our American society have been active in searching for their identity while trying to establish independence from their parents.
Neither of these themes played too loudly in the "pre-teenager" era.
First, there is the challenge of accepting and adapting to the changes that take place in the teen's body. With this physical growth, there is also an accompanying "intellectual growth spurt." The teenager is developing a new way of thinking.