He called the cooperation a “hallmark of our democracy,” running deeper than his disagreements with the man who will replace him. In the pages that follow, veterans of the Obama White House offer their own counsel to the incoming team—including some of the best advice they got from the departing Bush team eight years ago.
are not in the top five or even top ten most critical factors one is seeking.
While looks are certainly important, they pale in comparison to the true essence of an individual.
Filled with non-judgmental advice, wisdom and understanding, renowned author Mary Beth Bonacci uses original letters received from teenagers across the globe to answer questions on love and sex, physical attraction, holding out for marriage, healing the hurt when relationships go wrong, and much more.
All topics are handled in the context of authentic Catholic moral teaching.
So whether single or currently in a relationship, this frank and honest guide will give Catholic teenagers the wisdom to choose wisely when journeying along the perplexing road of dating and relationships.