Daughters Gone Wild, Dads Gone Crazy: Battle-Tested Tips From a Father and Daughter Who Survived the Teenage Years

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Thomas Nelson Inc, Apr 3, 2005 - Family & Relationships - 240 pages
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Fifteen psychologists, twelve secondary schools, four expulsions, four rehabs, two house-arrests and innumerable arguments... the cast and plot line for a season's worth of Law and Order? No. This was the real-life drama of Heather Stone's adolescence. Now in college, Heather, the once rebellious teen, has sat down with her father to pen an insider's guide for parents and teens alike.

Charles and Heather don't offer Cleaver family ideals or promise Brady Bunch thirty-minute solutions. They, instead, share the realities of their 6-year nightmare, in the hopes of fostering hope for the millions of families trying to survive the years from thirteen to eighteen. Replete with faith, honesty, and practicality, it offers readers nine practical lessons and provides a compass for even the worst tempests of teen rebellion.


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Definitely for Dads and daughters

User Review  - wildryce - Christianbook.com

Growing up in a family with all boys, 4, when God gave me 2 daughters he gave me "Miss Mellow" first. If I had my 2nd daughter 1st there never would have been a 2nd. Since the day we brought her home ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jessica Martinez - Christianbook.com

Great book heard about it on a study that I saw on the internet. I bought the book for some insight because I've been having problems with my teen son. This book gives you true hope knowing that God ... Read full review


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