I’ve been reading again, this time following the suggestion of one of my blog readers. She mentioned a book entitled Escaping the Endless Adolescence by Joseph Allen and Claudia Worrell Allen, and I couldn’t ignore the similarities of the title to my blog name. Obviously, I had to read it. I checked out a copy from my digital library account, and I’m about halfway through it now. I reached the transition point in the book, so I decided it’s a good time to stop and write a blog post about it.
You see, the first half of the book lays out the problem, the idea of the “Endless Adolescence,” and the second half will present the potential solutions. Written by clinical psychologists who specialize in working with adolescents, this book’s target audience are the adults who work with teens (parents, teachers, etc.), but it emphatically takes the side of the teenager. Continue reading