There are many challenges in the teenage years. Young people often feel pressured to achieve at school. They struggle to negotiate social intricacies. They battle to understand and deal with their own internal emotional world. And, on top of all this, they ponder how they will carve out their future. Covering a wide range of issues presented frequently in counseling sessions by 13- to 17-year-olds, Teen Time invites teenagers to make time for self-reflection and to consider alternative possibilities, rather than act on impulse.
For many young people today, the question after high school is, "What now?" Suddenly faced with new freedoms and new responsibilities, life can become very confusing, very fast. Fixed mindsets can cause missed opportunities. Life changes can evoke stress. Young people lose agency of their own lives when they merely react to the world around them. Finding Your Way in Early Adulthood challenges listeners to take charge of their life by working out what they really want. It encourages them to consider new perspectives that lead to wise choice-making and positive outcomes.