Praise for The Warrior Teenager
Drug & Substance Prevention Specialist and Youth Speaker
“I do not know how Mary Lynne Fernandez packed such a fantastic amount of inspiration and insight into her book, “The Warrior Teenager.” Any teen who reads this book is definitely going to benefit from its wisdom. A new standard has been set.”
Janet Bray Attwood
NY Times Bestselling Author of
The Passion Test and Your Hidden Riches
“Mary Lynne’s book, “The Warrior Teenager,” is the perfect book for teenagers who are struggling with depression, suicidal thoughts, feelings of hopelessness and despair. Every chapter is rich in visual images, captivating stories, and most importantly, grounded in practical strategies for teenagers to empower and transform their lives.”
Professional Speaker and Author of
After The Speech: When Teens Get Real
“Through real-life stories, Mary Lynne gives a peek into the teen psyche and shows teenagers that they are not alone when they feel overwhelmed, stressed, and confused about life. She breaks down a wealth of information into a practical step-by-step plan so they can take action to create a life of strength, confidence and ultimately a life of happiness.”
Are you or your loved one suffering from low self-esteem, depression, suicidal thoughts?
The truth is suicide, depression, and stress are all real for today’s teenagers.
The Warrior Teenager is a life guide for both young people and parents to navigate life’s challenges, overcome personal struggles, and find purpose in the world.
Through sharing her own story and process of success that she has applied with many,
Mary Lynne gives you practical tools to embrace ‘True Power’ today.
Mary Lynne is a master at touching the reader’s soul through her expressive style, vivid metaphors, and painting the imagery with her analogies. She shows readers how to:
Overcome hurtful humans, faulty friends, and stressful situation
Create your Personal Playlist of positive talk
Achieve inner-peace, calm, and confidence
Leverage your thoughts and beliefs to fuel your self-happiness
"In this world where everything is fast paced and competitive, one can feel a little overwhelmed. They can feel lost in the crowd. They can feel like they are drowning in their inability to measure up to society’s expectations and standards. It is not easy. It is not ideal but it is what it is. There is nothing more to do than equip the future generations with the skills to ignore all the news. The wherewithal to see the standards but not bend to them; the ability to understand that the only standards worth measuring up to are ones set by one’s own self.
Mary Lynne Fernandez, with her extensive experience and brilliance, seeks to do exactly that with this book. She seeks to guide teenagers through life. To arm parents with tools to efficiently and successfully navigate the mucky and turbulent waters that is parenting to teenagers."
Award Winning and Bestselling Author of Grandma’s Secret Blessings:A Memoir with a Twist
“I applaud author Mary Lynne Fernandez’s commitment to helping teens overcome self-sabotage and gain back their power. Her life experiences and self-discoveries in the book, “The Warrior Teenager,” are super impactful. She teaches teens to become warriors, so they do not suffer the heartache of being a wounded child after reaching adulthood. Mary Lynne courageously embraces her vulnerability and beautifully presents her knowledge and successful strategies to the teens and their parents.”
Barbara H Mullen Reed, EdD.
Author of Rx For Recidivism and
Remembering to Dance
“Mary Lynne Fernandez has written a manual of hope and courage with specific suggestions that will be of immediate assistance to teenagers and their parents. In her book, “The Warrior Teenager,” Mary Lynne presents clear and logical steps that will result in parents and teens discovering common ground and moving forward in agreement. Readers can expect to find practical answers to everyday challenges with each reading of this excellent book.”
What teenagers are saying...
"This book is very intriguing and a great learning and self-motivating book. I liked discussing it in our book study group because I have first hand views with suicide. It was cool to be in a group and see what other people have to say about these topics. I liked the dreams and goals portion of the book."
- Dylan, 9th grade
"I liked how relate-able the book was. I would describe it as a step-by-step guide to get you through the teenage years. I will definitely use the different steps to identify stress."
- Gabrielle, 6th grade
"I like how interactive the book is."
- Jillian, 7th grade
"The biggest take-away for me was the signs of depression and how to push through them.
As a result of our book study, I will use the techniques to de-stress."
- Audrey, 11th grade
© 2019 Mary Lynne Fernandez, Intl., LLC