How to Talk So Your Teenager Will Listen
With the aid of his own son, Dr. Paul Swets outlines specific principles for improving communication between parents and teens. He advises parents how to talk to teens about drugs, sex, rock music, education, money, career, marriage, faith, and more.
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Communicating with Teens
A Quick View of Adolescence
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