Coping in a Dysfunctional Family

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The Rosen Publishing Group, 1998 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 151 pages
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This is a well-organized book geared toward teens. The table of contents, glossary, index, and 'recommended reading' pages all offer students a quick way to study their own set of circumstances. There ... Read full review

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Contents

Whats Wrong with My Family?
1
Are We a Dysfunctional Family?
10
Emotional Abuse
20
Neglect
29
Overprotection
37
Sexual Abuse
46
Perfectionism
54
Substance Abuse
60
Abusive Sibling
96
Physically or Mentally Challenged Sibling
103
Compulsive Gambler
112
SingleParent Families
120
What Can I Do?
129
Who Can Help?
133
Glossary
139
Where to Go for Help
141

Religious or Political Fanaticism
69
Workaholic Parents
78
Depression and Other Mental Illnesses
87

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