Muslim Teens – Today’s Worry, Tomorrow’s Hope

Muslim Teens – Today’s Worry, Tomorrow’s Hope

Ekram Beshir and Mohamed Rida Beshir

Paperback (6×9)
258 Pages

Muslim Teens is a comprehensive, solution-oriented book that allows parents to fulfill the trust of raising their teens in a systematic and tested way, based on guidance from the Qur’an and the teachings of Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him. It truly gives parents an opportunity to turn today’s worry into tomorrow’s hope.
The book emphasizes the need to understand teenagers and the bewildering changes they undergo during this stage of their life. Readers are given a detailed picture of the teen subculture in North America in order to raise their awareness of the problems faced by today’s teens. They are then shown a ‘road map’ of the solution using important parenting techniques, such as being an approachable friend to their children, actively participating in their children’s life, and using proper methods to ensure a teen’s strong and confident personality. The rest of the book delves into the details surrounding these and other important techniques, as well as providing practical case studies, where parents can test their new knowledge on realistic situations. The authors’ analysis of the problems, as well as possible solutions, are provided as a reference.

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