You're grounded till you're thirty: what works--and what doesn't--in parenting today's teens

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Hearst Books, 1996 - Family & Relationships - 196 pages
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Craig's fourth in the Good Housekeeping Parent Guides series offers parents of teenagers the down-to-earth help Dr. Craig's readers have come to expect. Her popular problem/solution format makes it easy for parents to locate the issues that concern them, from messy rooms to skipping school to dating and sex.

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User Review  - carterchristian1 - LibraryThing

Most of it obvious, but still a book with a lot of good advice. There is a good chapter on planning for adult work, even if a career is not selected at once. I had a "communication problem" with my ... Read full review

Contents

ONE WHATS REALLY GOING ON WITH YOUR TEEN?
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TWO WHATS REALLY HAPPENING WITH PARENTS OF TEENS?
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THREE CAN WE TALK?
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