The Drama of Being A Teen: Staggering Stories of Teenage Trauma and How to Overcome It by Shira Nicole Smith
Strengthen your knowledge of the teenage experience today in a no holds barred approach to story-telling from one of the nation’s most inspiring educators.
The Drama Of Being A Teen is the self-help book for young people who are determined to overcome the hurdles of high school in order to be the very best version of themselves. You will find the pages in this book filled with in-depth student stories, expert advice, sacred secrets, and easy to apply tips that will help you
- Identify the areas of conflict in your life and how to know for sure that you will overcome them.
- Examine true stories of other teens in order to gain insight and understanding of your own behaviors and life choices.
- Become equipped with proven strategies to diminish the power of drama in your life.
- Learn how to not be a victim of your circumstances, even when you feel victimized.
- Develop the belief that you control your own life instead of allowing life to control you.
“Many adults do not want any of their mistakes exposed, but when aduts are transparent and honest witih teens, it causes the teen to become honest and transparent with the adult.” -Shira Nicole Smith, author of The Drama of Being A Teen
Praise for The Drama of Being A Teen
“This is a true gift to teens, parents, and educators that work with and love today’s youth.” -Mother Love, Talk Show Host and author of Half the Mother, Twice the Love.
“It’s like having a mentor guide you through the struggles of your teen years.” -Teenager
“A deeply personal, yet intriguing look into the author’s experiences as a teenager set the tone for clear understanding of the teacher/student relationship. As an educator, I can relate to the heartbreak of disclosure about trauma beyond a young person’s control. Shira paints vivid pictures of real issues facing American teens and offers insight into practical steps that can be taken to enjoy rather than despise the teenage experience. – Bonnie Ford, Educator
Shira Nicole Smith is a high school teacher and life coach who has helped countless teenagers overcome the troubles and traumas associated with being a teen. For over 20 years, passion, rapport, and a positive mindset has helped her make a difference in the world of education. Shira chose teaching as a career in order to be a light for students during their darkest moments. She has taken her love and expertise to help parents, teachers, and teens outside the classroom via her books, speaking engagements, public appearances, private coaching, and blogs. You can find out more at www.dramafreeteacher.com