You Don’t Have to Go Through It AloneTeenagers today are struggling like never before. They’re facing a multitude of problems-bullying, divorced or absentee parents, physical and sexual abuse, anxiety, depression, self-harm, and suicidal thoughts-in the midst of one of the most uncertain eras in modern history. Worst of all, many teens stay silent about their struggles, fighting a lonely battle that is claiming far too many lives. Never Fight Alone is a book for teens that consists of 51 inspiring interviews with all sorts of people who have faced similar problems. From teen entrepreneurs to former professional athletes to inspirational authors and speakers, they describe the obstacles they faced, how they overcame them, and offer life-changing tips for how readers can do the same. In this book, you will learn: – How other people overcame adversity
– Coping methods to deal with mental health issues
– How to talk to others about your problems
– Actionable steps that you can take today to make your life worth living
– Ways to be happier and more positive
– How to find supportive friends and mentors “Never Fight Alone is like a Bible for teenage kids.” – Yvette Mystakas, founder of She is Sacred “This book is way ahead of its time. It does a great job of collaborating with others to provide practical tips, strategies, and personalized stories on how to become more confident in your teenage years.” – Arman Chowdhury, founder of Armani Talks “We need someone who relates to teens and is living proof that it does get better. I am glad someone stepped up and put this all together.” – Nyah Jones, TikTok influencer Shelomo Solson is the founder of Teenage Impact. His mission is to inspire teens to overcome adversity in life, so they can make an impact on the world. Shelomo wants to help as many people as possible because he knows what it’s like to feel alone. He was bullied for fifteen years, and he lacked confidence and self-esteem in every area of his life. But like the other people interviewed in this book, with the help of friends, family, and a key group of mentors, he was finally able to fight his way back to a positive, productive life.