How to Handle Your Parents: A Guide for Teens

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G. F. Hutchison Press, Oct 1, 2003 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 160 pages
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The theme of this book is that teens have a great deal of control over how their parents treat them - raise them - and that they (teens) can take charge to improve things when the parents wont or cant. It provides specific information and concrete steps to analyze why parents act the way they do, how to plan a remedial program, and how to carry it out successfully. It includes discussions of what appropriate adjustment (mental health) is, typical types of problem parents, the basic laws of learning (and teaching), and several simple rules that help one get along with just about anybody theyll ever meet. Each suggestion is illustrated from the authors vast experience working with teens and families.

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