How to Live with Parents and Teachers

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Westminster John Knox Press, Apr 15, 1986 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 160 pages
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From adolescence and alcohol to yelling, your room, and you yourself, How to Live with Parents and Teachers offers help to teenagers when they need it. Eric Johnson provides answers in plain language to the everyday problems that all young people experience.

 

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Contents

Whats in This Book for You?
7
Adolescence
15
Alcohol
16
Allowances
19
Appearance
21
Arguments
23
Blaming
25
Body language
26
Normalcy
84
Openness
85
Orders
87
Parentteacher conferences
88
Parties
89
Peer pressure
92
Pets
94
Praise
96

Boredom
27
Cheating
28
Child abuse
29
Chores
30
Communication
32
Competition
33
Conflicts
34
Criticism
36
Cursing
38
Death
40
Discipline
41
Divorce
42
Drugs
46
Embarrassment
47
Feelings
48
Fights
51
Friends
52
Generation gap
55
Grades
57
Grandparents
58
Guilt
59
Hating
60
Health
61
Help
62
Honesty
64
Hours
65
Humor
66
Ideals
67
lncest
68
Jobs
69
Language
71
Listening
72
Love
74
Manners
76
Mistakes
78
Money
79
Moods
81
Music
82
Negotiating
83
Problemsolving
97
Promises
99
Protesting
100
Putdowns
102
Reading
103
Rebellion
104
Religion
105
Reputation
106
Responsibility
107
Rewards
109
Rules
110
Running away
113
Secrets
114
Selfishness
116
Sex
118
Sex roles
122
Smoking
125
Standards
126
Study habits
127
Suicide
130
Talking things over
131
Teachers pet
133
Teasing
135
Tests
137
Time together
140
Tone of voice
141
Transportation
142
TV
143
Unfairness
146
Values
147
Words
148
Work load
149
Your roomlocker desk
150
You yourself
151
Bibliography
153
Index of Games and Activities
154
Index of Subjects
155
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About the author (1986)

Eric W. Johnson is the author of several books concerning adolescent life, including How to Live Through Junior High, Raising Children to Achieve, and Love and Sex in Plain Language.

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