"Many female celebrities,”
Recent studies support Ms. Davidson’s view. A review about the effect fathers have on the behavior of children appears in the November print issue of Pediatrics. The review encompasses 13 studies. While offering no statistical proof due to the nature of the review, it suggests communication between fathers and children is influential in reducing risky behavior in young people.
Other subjects covered in ‘Torn Between Two Masters: Encouraging Teens to Live Authentically in a Celebrity-Obsessed World’ include but are not limited to:
* Why the lure of celebrity is so powerful
* How to minimize celebrity obsession by increasing a teen's self-worth
* The best ways to help teens navigate and be critical of the media
* How to identify and discourage negative and normalized behaviors such as eating disorders and 'hooking up’
* How Jesus Christ can transform a teen's life into one of purpose
“From a pastoral counselor's perspective”
Kimberly Davidson is available for media interviews and speaking engagements and can be reached using the information below or by email at email@example.com. More information is available at her website at . ‘Torn Between Two Masters: Encouraging Teens to Live Authentically in a Celebrity-Obsessed World’ is available at Amazon and other online book retailers.
About Kimberly Davidson:
Kimberly Davidson received a MA from Western Seminary, is a board certified biblical counselor and spiritual development coach. She has ministered to women for over ten years, from the walls of prison to youth centers, inspiring them to empower God to meet their emotional and spiritual needs. Kimberly is also a Her Journey leader with ARMS (Abuse Recovery Ministry Services) and a Guest Instructor at Western Seminary on the subject of Eating Disorders and Body Image.
Kimberly is the author of five books and a contributor to five books, and has penned numerous articles. Born in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Kimberly has lived in Iowa, New York (Long Island), London, suburbia Chicago, and Los Angeles.