Do you have a teen who is struggling, floundering, or fighting with you constantly? If so, do you find yourself wondering how to help your teen see within themselves the hero of a truly great story?
In today’s episode, Rachel explores how to help your teen transition into a better story. She shares three takeaways from one of her all-time favorite books, A Million Miles in a Thousand Years: How I Learned to Live a Better Story by Donald Miller:
- Trust the story that your teen wants to create.
- Create an opportunity for your child to live a better story.
- Improve your current story with your teen by embracing whimsy and adding in memorable scenes.
Please tell us in the comments your biggest “ah-hahs” and applications as you listen. We love hearing from you!
Audiobook version here
Bob Goff’s book, Everybody Always
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