Winning the War in Your Mind for Teens, by Craig Groeschel

Help kids learn practical strategies to free them from the grip of harmful, destructive thinking and enable them to live the life of joy & peace that God intends!

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I feel it's always helpful to exercise mental and emotional muscles along with the physical ones, so I was encouraged to see this title in my latest box of books to review: 

It's easy to get into a loop of negative self-talk and then let those words define you at any age, but it's especially important to help our teens recognize unhealthy thought patterns and what strategies they can use to rewire their brains and transform their minds.

Bestselling author Craig Groeschel adapted the grown-up version of his book to explore the unique realities of how the teenage brain is wired.

He draws upon Scripture and the latest findings of brain science to lay out practical strategies for how to break free from destructive thoughts and find peace and joy instead.

To do this, he explains how the brain works and how neuroplasticity can rewire it, how to recognize and short-circuit mental triggers for negative thinking, and how to develop practices that allow God's thoughts to replace the lies the enemy wants you to believe.

I feel this book is a must-have for all parents to have as a resource; it includes so many helpful, proactive strategies that promote familial mental and emotional health!

Pick up a copy here and learn how to help your teens change their minds so God can change their lives!

Do you ever notice your kids engaging in negative self-talk? I'd love to hear!  Either leave a comment below or email me at lisahealy (at) outlook (dot) com.

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1 comment:

  1. Great to know your thoughts on this resource, Lisa. Thank you! ~ Sheri ♡