Welcome To Finding Wisdom In The Jungle
FINDING WISDOM IN THE JUNGLE explores what young people coming of age are rarely taught about the new rights they suddenly receive at age 18 – from medical and financial responsibilities to marriage, employment, and voting. Since our brains do not fully mature until age 25 or even later, all of this can be a hair-raising experience for teens and their parents. This book presents an adventure of one teen’s experience learning about some of these new rights. A book for teens, young adults, their parents, and anyone wanting more information about their rights and responsibilities and how to thrive in the U.S.
Available on Amazon and Kindle.
Can you answer these questions?
- What do individuals age 18 and older need if they want assistance with medical decisions?
- What do parents need to teach their children about privacy rights granted at age 18 that is often not taught?
- What are some of the warning signs of domestic abuse?
- What are two ways you can reduce the cost of going to college?
- What should you know before accepting a job?
- What do you need to do before signing a contract?
- What is needed to manage loans, credit card debt, and other bills?
- What is sexual harassment, can it be prevented, and what action is needed if it occurs?
- What five government services or benefits are used daily by most people and what does that have to do with turning 18?
- If parents provide free housing to their adult children how may this be harmful?
- How do government and businesses differ as to their purpose and what does this have to do with turning 18?
- What manipulative techniques should you look out for during elections?
- What do the movements by Mahatma Gandhi, Nelson Mandela, Dr. Martin Luther King, and Cesar Chavez have in common – and what does that have to do with turning 18?
- What options are available for resolving disputes and what does this have to do with turning 18?
Discover answers in Finding Wisdom in the Jungle.