5 Types Of Teenagers According To Their Relationship With God

5 Types Of Teenagers According To Their Relationship With God

According to the relationship with God, there are different types of teenagers. They also work with different ways of approaching them in spiritual terms and guidance when dealing with different issues that may be causing doubts or fears.

For the same reason it is essential to know what are the 5 types of teenagers that according to their relationship with God is how we are going to approach forward them. Fervent teenagers In today’s world are becoming less and less.

These are characterized with the idea of a God because they tend to move in the same direction with the passage of time. They are always looking for guidance and only require a little support from their parents to stay on track.

Having a life guided by God is very attractive, since they feel a complete harmony between their aspirations in life and what God commands. To guide them it is necessary to help them not to fall into formalism, in scruples or conformism, but always teaching that service to God is humble and full of love. 

Unstable teenagers

Unfortunately, this type of teenagers is very common because they wanted to be fervent, but they did not feel capable enough to be so and for that reason they for just suddenly gave up all their progress serving God and end up falling into indifference. To guide them, it is necessary to help them face their desire to be fervent without making them feel guilty for not being completely determined.

Traditionalist teenagers

These are teenagers who accepted God in their lives because this concept was imposed by their families and not by their own conviction. While they are faithful to God’s service, some od them actually do it to keep up appearances in front of the others. The way is to seek God as a refuge whenever they feel they acted in a bad way.

To guide them it is necessary to teach them the true love that God has reserved for them so that their feelings become real towards the Lord and do not see them as an obligation.

Indifferent teenagers

They have no attraction to the love of God and end up abandoning religious practices very quickly. They avoid at all times the love towards God and to fulfill their moral tasks, but this does not mean that they do not have religious beliefs. To guide them it is necessary to make them believe the value of God’s love and the purpose it has for them in the perfect plan.

Nonreligious teenagers

Many times we confuse them with the indifferent ones but the difference is that they see love for God as an unnecessary and repulsive act, so they try to minimize their interest in religion even though faith in the Lord often acts positively his way of acting. To guide them it is necessary to be very tolerant of their judgments and teach them about the truth about God in a proper and nice way.

What No School Will Teach A Teenager About Money In School

What No School Will Teach A Teenager About Money In School

It is believed by many people that the conventional schooling system is dead, many others believe it should be restructured. The cause of these several different schools of thought is because of the inadequacies in the school.

There are many things the school won’t teach her students. Perhaps because those who run the school do not know. One of the purposes of going to school is to get financial liberation, yet very little is done to achieve that purpose.

Our schooling system is good at producing individuals who are good at quoting laws, recalling scientific principles, make Jets, rocket and space crafts but cannot make money.

What is that thing the school isn’t teaching you about money? Well, you will get to know a few of them here.

What no school will teach you about money

  1. There’s an L before the E:

For you to be financially free, you must first Learn, before you Earn. That’s it. You must gather experience for you to be financially free.

  1. Savers are losers:

This might first sound stupid to you. But hold on, don’t crucify me yet. Savers are losers, I know many of your teachers must have taught you to save your way out of financial struggles. I’m here to say he/she is wrong. Saving isn’t smart, it is outrightly foolish. Think about it, what $100 could buy in 2015, can it buy it today? I suppose the answer is no. why? Inflation. If you had saved $1000 five years ago, what it could buy then, it cannot buy now. This is what is called the “time value of money”. However, preparing for your future financially is a right thing to do as long as you do not just “save without spending wisely.”

  1. Invest nonstop:

So if saving is not too smart, what do you do? Simple, let your money work for you. Invest in something, find something that would yield dividends, anything you’re comfortable with. Invest. In fifteen years, you would be happy you found this blog and read this post.

  1. Delayed gratification:

If you follow step 2 and 3 above, you would soon start seeing money coming in, slowly, then faster, and even faster, (this might take some time, depending on the business you chose to invest in). One thing you must know is that you have to delay your gratification and reinvest until you have more than enough to spend. Of course, you only live once and deserve to have fun, but you must remember, delayed gratification is important.

  1. Need first, before want:

We all want those expensive bags, shoes, clothes, phones etc. but you should know the difference between your needs and your wants. Your NEEDS are those things you need, things you can’t do without. Your WANTS are those things you can do without, those flashy things which only shows others how rich you are.

Understand the difference between both and your finance will see a positive improvement.

  1. Work hard then smart:

Unless you are from a rich home, working smart might have to wait. Its true smart work is smart, but it requires tools which will cost you money. To get the money, you first have to work hard. Most of the rich guys out there first worked hard before they started working smart.

These are the few things no school will teach you, but you’ve learnt them here. Share your thoughts with us using the comment area below.

How To Help Your Teen To Wait For The Right Significant Other

How To Help Your Teen To Wait For The Right Significant Other

Youth is a time of life full of temptations. Everything is new for the human being when he is a teenager, he is loaded with new hormones and emotions that motivate him to try different experiences, especially in the sexual area. But the truth is that there is a time for everything, and even when we are young we can wait for the special person, with whom we will marry and form a family.

Having the strength to achieve this is not easy, so as a mother it is necessary to guide our teenage son or daughter so that he/she knows how to choose who his/her partner will be, and wait until marriage to have intimacy.

Here we offer a couple of tips for you to converse with your son or daughter and guide them along the path that will ultimately provide happiness.

Waiting guarantees finding true love

God wants us to find our soul mate, to complement each other and to be happy at his/her side. Finding love is not an easy task. Every day we see men and women who have had dozens of failed relationships, and who live a sad and empty life. This happens precisely because they have ignored God and have not been able to wait for their special person, but instead they have given themselves to anyone without thinking about the consequences.

When you demand your wooer that you want to wait until marriage before having intimacy, you make sure that person develops for you an affection that is far beyond the physical. He or she will value you for your feelings, for your intelligence, and for your personality. When two people are attracted beyond their physical, it is when love really thrives. For that reason, waiting until marriage, as God wants it, guarantees that you will have at your side the person who will make you happy.

Grow love for God and for yourself while you wait

Waiting for that special person that will be our husband or wife can be difficult, since humans tend to be very impatient. But patience will pay off later, when you feel happy with your family, without having to live harrowing experiences due to malicious people.

A good way to wait is to think of God as the Being that we love and that loves us. God is always for us, and we owe Him everything we are. Our body is before nothing, of Him, and therefore we do not give it to anyone other than the one indicated, whom He has created thinking of us and who is willing to unite his/her soul with ours under sacred marriage.

It is also very useful to grow love for ourselves (I mean to take care of ourselves well), cultivate our hobbies, our knowledge and our skills. Have a schedule of activities, eat well, exercise. Loving ourselves will allow us to feel full even when we have not found the special person yet, and will allow us to have much more love to give when the significant other arrives!