The Secret Handbook 4 Teens

About the Handbook

old book spine

Did you know that adults are keeping some major secrets from you when it comes to finding your happiness in life?

I mean really, just think about the advice you get in school and how basic it is:

Don’t do drugs.

Be careful when you use social media.

Don’t be a bully.

Study/work hard.

Don’t drink/text and drive.

Choose nice friends.

Follow your dreams (though you don’t really get the tools to learn how to do this last one  except for all the advice listed above.  Personally I think it’s kind of rude to tell you this and then just walk away which is what a lot of adults do. Then again, they probably don’t know how to do it themselves so who can blame them?!)

Pretty basic stuff  if you ask me. Perhaps adults don’t think you’re capable of handling or learning more than this vanilla bean fluff in your teens? Perhaps they think if you learn these secrets you will grow up to be happier or more powerful than they are (which is truly terrifying to adults)? It could just be that you won’t or don’t spend a lot of money on fancy self-help books or courses so you’re left out because you’re just not a profitable audience. Maybe all of the above.

But surely you’ve noticed that the self-help and spirituality sections in bookstores (do you go to bookstores anymore? Ok, the self-help section on your iPad or Kindle or Nook) are brimming with books teaching adults how to be their best selves. I mean, let’s face it, Oprah has built an empire on teaching others how to be their best selves (and Oprah – I mean no disrespect for truly I worship at your altar like many others) but what about teens? Why has none of this info been shared with you guys?

As the step-mother to a 13 year-old teen and the aunt to assorted nieces and nephews and a successful survivor of Life, I have become passionate about sharing these secrets with you.  You shouldn’t have to wait until freshman year in college and your first philosophy course to learn this stuff. You shouldn’t  have to wait to be 42 years-old before you pick up a self-help book.

My goal is to help you find answers to the big questions like:

Who am I?

What is the purpose of life?

Why am I here?

How do I create the life of my dreams?

I’m also going to share a whole bunch of other big secrets, tools, tips and tricks for not only surviving, but thriving in your teenage years – for FREE!

I believe you’re ready for this.

I believe it’s time to share these secrets.

I believe in you.


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