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The topic of life purpose is important for all adults, but another excellent topic for writing is how to help parents teach their children to discover and develop their life purpose to become fulfilled adults.
“Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it.” Proverbs 22:6.
Life purpose for teenagers is a great subject for this age group.
Find a problem parents have when it comes to understanding their young children better. Help them to steer their children into what they enjoy rather than what the parent wants them to enjoy, taking into account the age of the child. Every person is different. We’re all created for a unique purpose and guiding parents with good information about how to approach this subject objectively will help them develop a good relationship and bond with their children.
However, the wrong approach can bring emotional harm to especially fragile relationships so this must be addressed. And whatever parents do within the topic of life purpose, it should never take away from a child’s enjoyment or peace.
With research and time spent interviewing parents of young children or with parents who have successfully helped their grown children find their calling, you can write a great book that includes the challenges of modern times and the importance of prayer for seeking God’s will.
I’ve discussed the subject with many young people. Some know exactly what they want to do, but others need help with direction. The Bible is the best guide for discovery and development, but other sources are needed for clarity and the development resources currently available.
Research effective ways to teach moderation to children concerning Online games, watching TV, texting or hanging out with friends. To be well-rounded is vital to living one’s purpose.
Include information about eating healthy, getting enough sleep and the importance of not taking drugs or cultivating an addictive lifestyle that will get in the way of life purpose.
Include the importance of a strong family dynamic with information that leads to cultivating mutual respect, compassion, cooperation and a loving attitudes.