What do you do if your teenager is excluded from the group of friends? Or are you so worried about where the young people are that you usemonitoring through Snapkartet? How can you be a goodrole model and inspire the young? How can you give the young personsecurity, if you, as an adult, are having a hard time?
These are just a few of the questions Tale Maria Krohn Engvik,known as Health Sister, addresses in this book. Over a number of years,she has communicated closely with children and young people, she reaches thousands through her platforms in socialmedia, and holds lectures for young people and adults throughout Norway. She has experienced what young people want from adults, both when they are struggling and when things are going well. In Dare to be an adult, she gives advice on how you can meet young peoplewith respect and curiosity, so that a good relationship is created that laststhrough the turbulent youth - and later in life. The book also containsstories and advice from "real experts", people who have experiencedchallenges that others can learn from.
By daring to listen, daring to set boundaries, daring to let go and daring to bea confident adult when life changes - or when life hurts - you canmake a difference.
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