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Get Out of My Life, but First Could You Drive Me and Cheryl to the Mall?: A Parent's Guide to the New Teenager

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2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

So helpful!

I feel like carrying this book around with me for moral support. Dr. Wolf really knows what we parents of teens are going through and helps us understand what our teens are going through as well!

posted by Anonymous on October 24, 2006

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1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

What a crock!

If anyone wants to know what is wrong with our children today, he needs to look no further than books like this one. A couple of examples: on page 134, when a daughter has lied to her parents about going over to a friend's house, Mr. Wolfe says, "Beyond confronting Meli...
If anyone wants to know what is wrong with our children today, he needs to look no further than books like this one. A couple of examples: on page 134, when a daughter has lied to her parents about going over to a friend's house, Mr. Wolfe says, "Beyond confronting Melissa with her lie and letter her know that they don't like it, there is little more that parents can or should do." Or really! On page 164 when a son has skipped school dententions, his parents should let their son know they don't want anymore calls from the school. Mr. Wolf says, "Beyond that, involvement may be counterproductive." Yea, just let him skip school with nothing to fear. I'm when he gets into trouble with the law, he will expect the same treatment. In addition, Mr. Wolf believes that when your teens says "F-you" to you, you should walk away. He also believes that condoms should be freely available to anyone, at any time. Anyone who believes that their teen should be responsible and understand that their are consequences to their actions should steer way clear of this nonsense.

posted by Kevin_CMD on March 15, 2010

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