Inside the Teenage Brain: Parenting a Work in Progress
This book covers everything from A to Z when it comes to parenting teenagers, giving basic information on the teenage brain, how it differs from the adult brain, and what makes it so challenging and confusing. The author discusses social, emotional, physical, educational, and technological issues that teenagers and their parents face.
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Feinstein (education, Augustana Coll.) has a humorous but respectful understanding of adolescents, accurately quipping, "If men are from Mars and women are from Venus, then adolescents are truly from ... Read full review
A Work in Progress
What Kind of Parent Are You?
Strategies That Work and Dont Work with Teenagers
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