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TEEN GIRL FACES TIME IN the SAND: an eBook for Teenage Girls

..a timely tale of media struggles, regrets, and survival with a superpower tool.

Who doesn’t have a daughter, sister or know a young teenage girl who seems attached to her cell phone, but who is really on the leash? Who is leading whom?

There is no doubt that adolescence is a time of identity formation, social comparison, and mental development, but what happens when a dominant, changing culture imposes adult norms with no rules or limitations?

This ebook for teenage girls offers two answers: How can we stop social media from taking advantage of a rash and brash teenage brain still in development to avoid making wrong choices? How can young teenage girls respect their own personal offline time as more important than their online screen time to break the serious habit of Selfie conditioning and too much wasted time on social media?

Podcast interviews are welcome to discuss these important questions and other concerns:

Why is time a problem for teens?

How has social media robbed teen girls from their normal rites of passage between child and adult?

What are some reasons that teen girls don’t want to give up their internet time?

How does the adolescent brain process information differently from the adult brain?

Why use symbols to best tell the story between a media antagonist of epic proportion and a teen protagonist?

What is the superpower tool to make smart choices?

What is the main learning point in the story to help teens change their internet habits?

How can parents help their teen daughters to reduce their social media time?

How is it possible that fake Selfies can affect our deeper cultural values?

Teen Girl Faces Time in the Sand Book Cover

What lesson plans help to practice some of the new ideas or concepts in this story?

Please contact me to request my One Page Expert Sheet and a Media Sheet.

Check Kindle E-book: https://www.amzn.com/B08117R369

Excerpt: "Thinking back, there is no training on how to deal with changes in technology when my brain's biology remains unchanged. A teenager is still young, still curious, still wants to be liked, feel attractive, praised and rewarded again and again.

They buy into the electronic Hall of Mirrors where everyone is watching and comparing themselves, trying to find some piece of wisdom in a crowd or mob, not sure how not to stop suckling from an alternative reality not their own." Excerpt from the Teen Girl Faces Time in the Sand book"

50% of books sale will go towards youth and rehabilitation centers, while 50% of sales for the water sprite book will go towards conservation efforts. Beneficiaries and accounting will be shown at the end of year.

Introductory Price $10

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