Bringing Up Parents: The Teenager's Handbook: Easyread Large Bold Edition
Do you wish things were different around your house? Do you want more fun and fewer fights, more freedom and less frustration, more respect and fewer rules? You can get what you want. Bringing Up Parents shows you how. Forget that your parents are supposed to be ''bringing you up.'' With the strategies, tips, and techniques in this book, you can bring them up to be everything you want them to be: parents who trust you, listen to you, respect your opinions, accept your feelings, and let you be yourself. Along the way, you'll gain more privileges. You'll have more say in family decisions. You'll discover how to use ''parent psychology'' to get what you need. You'll find out how to solve problems, even head them off before they happen. And you'll help to create a healthier, happier home environment for everyone. Straight talk, specific suggestions, lots of ideas, and laughs - that's what you'll find in Bringing Up Parents, the book that helps you raise parents who act like adults.
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GETTING DOWN TO BASICS ISSUES AT THE CORE
TRICKS AND TREATS 63 OF EVERY PARENTCHILD RELATIONSHIP
TAKING CHARGE OF THE FIGHT BRIGADE
CURES FOR THE COMMON CONFLICT A PROBLEM
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