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Living and The Youth Factor

Some of us are helping get this book called The Y Factor in the hands of as many individuals as possible. For those who may be interested in understanding the Filipino youth - why they act the way they do or why they seem to be so hooked on themselves first and look at others later, this book can serve as a road map to guide the way. If a son, a daughter, or a relative in your life is kind of acting differently at this time, wait no more, The Youth Factor may just help solve the puzzle.

Proceeds from all book sales will benefit the youth activities and programs of the Salesian Society of St John Bosco.

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Thank you.

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