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Book: 'SUP - Praising Nasty Teenagers by maw.n

Book Review: 'SUP - Praising "Nasty" Teenagers by maw.n

categories: Book, YOLO, Parenting, Youth Ministry, Adolescent Rebellion, Teenagers



about this book: 'SUP is about awesome teenagers, WORLDWIDE, and the parents who raised them. These are the teenagers that the media ignores. Instead, journalists concentrate on those teens who kill innocent children in schoolhouses and fill the streets with the bodies of their peers. I believe that young people are the world's greatest resource. The primary readers are teenagers, parents, and guardians.It took several months to write 'SUP. "What's Up is a common term that teens use. 'SUP is the short version. The cover emphasizes the title. The hardest part was controlling my emotions.

I admire what some teens are doing and realize the difficult stage between childhood and adulthood. There is no doubt in my mind that whatever is loosed in childhood will show up in the teen years. Parents who make parenting their top priority will always have the best results in their teenagers. Young people who consider the CONSEQUENCES before they make decisions will travel a smoother road during the teen years. To my readers, I say ENJOY the book.

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 Teenagers that come of age to face world problems

'SUP is about teenagers who think oral sex is safe sex. Boy, do they have a rude awakening. It touches on how teenage girls really feel about abortions. How mothers raise boys with no fathers and the three things that are a must for a BFF. It is short and to the point. The imaginary MAW tells it like it is. She is not politically correct. I found out that there are teens that never get pregnant and never have STDs in middle school or high school. I found out that teens in other countries have the same problems as the teens in the USA. That's cool. YOLO. She covers many more topics. I would recommend this book to all teenagers and parents or guardians. [by Natalie Jones]

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