How to Say it to Teens: Talking about the Most Important Topics of Their Lives
challenging. So how are parents to cope - especially with the ever - growing social pressures that today's teens face? Dr. Richard Heyman has the answer; with the right communication skills almost any problem parents face with their teenage children can be overcome. Offering the same practical how - to information that has made the popular How to Say It series so successful, this important reference teaches parents how to talk to their teens not only as a parent, but as a friend and advisor. One hundred and one separate A to Z topics cover the most common and contentious issues facing teens and their parents. Chapters range from difficult topics such as contraception, pregnancy, tattoos and body piercing, curfews, sex, and drugs to more mundane matters such as budgeting, careers, money, and friends.
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Five Universal Principles of Communication
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