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Seven Things Your Teenager Won't Tell You: And How to Talk About Them Anyway

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 5, 2010

    Well-titled!

    This time, you really should judge the book by the cover - well, the title, at least! My teens would definitely never tell me this stuff (because they can't, that is), and I sure am glad to have the ammo now! An easy read, but a worthwhile one. Grab this book and go. If you are raising teens, or even considering it, you want all the help you can get: great reminders about their changing brains, flexibility, relinquishing control (as hard as that is!), their friends vs us, what "no" means (to them), the importance of (gulp) risks... it's all in there! We read all the parenting books when they were babies and when they were toddlers... it's time to do it again. This is a good one - the role plays are helpful too (not too contrived).

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 10, 2005

    Set 3 main rules for your kids to agree to==PEACE

    This book helps you to know when to let go, and when to step in and help keep your kids honest, which will keep them safe. It explains how teenagers brains work, so you know why your brilliant kid can act so strange at times. It reminds you that YOU'RE the adult, and can control your anger when they have difficulty learning to do so. They can learn by watching your integrity, your control, your trust. . .

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    Posted January 11, 2010

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