About the Book :
'You have to do your own growing no matter how tall your grandfather was.'
Teenagers are really tornados on two legs. And can you blame them? Neither cute kid nor cool adult, confused by the dramatic changes in their bodies and its needs, angry with authority, resentful of family interference in their brave new life, secretly longing for guidance, and at the same time resistant to unasked-for advice, what's a guy, or a gal, to do?
Wait it out, says Chicken Soup for the Indian Soul: Teens Talk Relationship. Adolescence doesn't last forever. Enjoy the thrilling new loves and lives you change with other such 'tortured' souls, and discover you're actually in a very special place. Laugh and cry with these stories by other teens so like yourself, study how they – and you – confront those life-changing moments. Until suddenly, one day, you're all grown-up, and discover being an adult isn't such a bad thing after all. It's getting there that seems to take so long.
About the Author :
Raksha Bharadia is the editor of bestselling in the series including Chicken Soup for the Indian Soul, Chicken Soup for the Indian Teenager Soul and Chicken Soup for the Indian Romantic Soul. She has taught in a school for the visually challenged, Andya Kanya Grah, in Ahmedabad where she lives. Now she is reinventing herself as a Kathak danseuse.
Jack Canfield and Mark Victor Hansen, # I New York Times bestselling co-authors, are professional speakers who have dedicated their lives to enhancing the personal and professional development of others. They are co-authors of several New York Times bestsellers, including Chicken Soup for the Soul, Chicken Soup for the Woman's Soul and Chicken Soup for the Teenager Soul.