Eye rolls? Check.
Slamming doors and easily annoyed teens? Check. Check.
Let's face it: Teenagers Suck. Tacklers of Teenage Terrors R.J. Colleary and Joanne Kimes take you on a humorous but helpful ride through teenage troubles, such as how to pick your battles (do you ignore or forbid the bellybutton ring and lower back tattoo?); tackle the oh-so-uncomfortable but very important topic of teen sex; and address peer pressure (because their friends are doing way worse things than jumping off that proverbial bridge!).
With an equal dose of empathy and humor, Colleary and Kimes will expertly guide parents through this traumatic, tender, and (dare we say it) sometimes terrific part of raising kids.
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About the Author
Joanne Kimes (Studio City, CA) has written for a number of children's and comedy television shows. This is her eleventh Sucks book.
R.J. Colleary (Sherman Oaks, CA) attended Emerson College and moved to LA to become a writer for shows such as Saved by the Bell, The Golden Girls, and Benson. He teaches writing to graduate students at Chapman University and works steadily as a playwrite. He has survived two teenagers and is currently surviving one more.
Rebecca Rutledge, PhD (Memphis, TN), is a clinical psychologist who specializes in family therapy and individual therapy for children and adolescents. She writes columns for Your Health, Memphis Women's Journal, and the Shelby Sun Times.