Kids Killing Kids
Part One: The Problem^ 1. It Couldn't Happen Here^^Part Two: The "Why?"^ 2. Lost Boys And Private Pain^ 3. Relational Pain: From The Roots Up^ 4. Cultural Pain: Media Influences^ 5. Emotional Pain: Dealing With Death^^Part Three: The Hope^ 6....
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Part One: The Problem^ 1. It Couldn't Happen Here^^Part Two: The "Why?"^ 2. Lost Boys And Private Pain^ 3. Relational Pain: From The Roots Up^ 4. Cultural Pain: Media Influences^ 5. Emotional Pain: Dealing With Death^^Part Three: The Hope^ 6. A Faith Perspective On School Violence^^Postscript^ The Aftermath: The Most Important Thing Left To Do^^Notes p. 193^ ^
Here are timely answers and hope for dealing with school violence. You hold in your hands a powerful weapon to help you respond to the shocking teen violence that can affect every public school in America. Written days after the Columbine High School shootings by America's foremost female Christian psychotherapist, Linda S. Mintle, Ph.D., "Fear No Evil" offers parents_and anyone who cares for a teenager_practical spiritual, emotional help and biblical hope you need now! As we grieve with the loved ones and friends of those who have died in acts of violence at school, Dr. Mintle offers us comfort that comes from understanding that God is with us, even when we "walk through the valley of the shadow of death." In "Fear No Evil," you will learn to recognize the risk factors and warning signs of a troubled child or teen. You will learn how to protect your children from physical danger and psychological trauma while helping them understand these recent tragic events from a Christian faith perspective. Dr. Mintle also addresses how to change the shaming generational messages, family dynamics and domestic and cultural violence that contribute to the making of a troubled kid. You will find the hope that only God can give as we remember the faith stand taken by students killed in Littleton and West Paducah. "Fear No Evil" gives promise after promise from God's Word your child or teen as he or she walks through the halls at school_and for you as you say good-bye each morning.
DR. LINDA MINTLE is a nationally recognized writer, speaker and licensed clinical social worker who has been in general clinical practice for 20 years and specializes in marriage and family therapy and eating disorders. Dr. Mintle is also the resident expert for ABC Family Channel's Living the Life and a regular psychological contributor to several magazines. She has authored or co-authored three Integrity books: Overweight Kids, Lose It for Life (with Stephen Arterburn) and A Daughter's Journey Home. She and her husband live in Virginia Beach with their two children.