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"Get off Skype! You're supposed to be doing your homework!" The subjects may have evolved, but, unfortunately, parent-child arguments haven't essentially changed over the decades. Mothers and fathers still wonder "Why do we have the same disagreements again and again? How can we extract ourselves from this endless circle of frustration?" Amy McCready's If I Have To Tell You One More Time possesses an archetypal title, but its psychological approach relies not on Carl Jung, but on his contemporary Alfred Adler (1870-1937). Its strategy rests on the exquisitely simple observation that every human, regardless of age, has a basic need to feel powerful. Finally, an end to "This is the last time I'm going to tell you: Clean up your room!"