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Being A Happy Teen

Do you ever wish ...

  • you were older?
  • you had more money?
  • you looked different?
  • you had different parents?
  • Do you ever feel, "No one understands me!"
  • Do you ever wonder, "Will I fall in love?"
  • Do you ever ask, "Am I normal?"

If you answered "yes" to half of the above,

you sound perfectly normal.

You will also find this book useful!

Contents:

Chapter 1

  • Am I normal?

 Chapter 2

  • Why does life hurt?
  • Why Do I Need Problems?
  • Dealing With Disappointments

 Chapter 3

  • Who am I?
  • How Can I Like Myself?
  • Feeling Good

 Chapter 4

  • Parents
  • Why Do Parents Act So Crazy?

 Chapter 5

  • Friends
  • What Others Think
  • When to Keep Your Mouth Shut
  • Self-Criticism
  • Drugs

 Chapter 6

  • School
  • Bullies
  • Why Study?

 Chapter 7

  • Your amazing mind
  • Focus on What You Want
  • Improve Your Memory!

 Chapter 8

  • Happiness
  • If You Hate Your Parents...
  • What Do You Expect?
  • Worry and Fear
  • We Choose Happiness

 Chapter 9

  • Laws of life
  • The Law of the Seed
  • One Thing Leads to Another
  • Everything is Connected

 Chapter 10

  • Your strategy
  • Does Positive Thinking Help?
  • Get Organised
  • Risk
  • Power

 Chapter 11

  • Goals - why bother?
  • Mistakes
  • "If It Doesn't Kill You..."
  • Money

Chapter 12

  • Why not you?

 Author Bio:

Andrew Matthews is one of the world’s most widely read self-help authors,

His books are best-sellers in the USA, UK, China, Hong Kong, Australia, New Zealand, Brazil, Mexico, Russia, Germany, Hungary, Croatia, Serbia, Indonesia, the Philippines, India, Vietnam, South Korea, Singapore and Malaysia – and Iran!

Andrew Matthews – the Speaker

Andrew is a popular international speaker and he has addressed over 1000 international corporations. His presentations are laced with humour and he draws lightning-fast cartoons as he speaks!  

Andrew’s clients include Shell, McDonalds, Lenovo, Wal-Mart, Hewlett Packard, Toshiba, Honda and HSBC.

Being A Happy Teen

Author: Andrew Matthews

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