Raising a Teenager: Parents and the Nurturing of a Responsible Teen

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Celestial Arts, 1999 - Family & Relationships - 246 pages
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Just the idea of adolescence provokes more dread, more worry, and more confusion than any other stage of childhood--which is why we are so excited about the Elium's newest parenting book. This is not a cynical survival guide. RAISING A TEENAGER is an honest, beautifully written exploration of the issues facing parents of teens today, with practical, realistic solutions.

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Raising a teenager: parents and the nurturing of a responsible teen

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This guide encourages a broad and gentle approach to parenting teens. The book covers little new ground as a practical parenting tool, instead parroting expertise found in the Q&A sections of books ... Read full review

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About the author (1999)

DON ELIUM is a marriage, family, and child counselor in private practice. He works extensively with men and women in recovery from the post-traumatic stress of childhood abuse with a special interest in healing the wounds of father/daughter relationships.
As a transpersonal education and workshop leader, JEANNE ELIUM challenges parents to put aside limiting stereotypes and gender roles in order to see their child through a wider lens. Both Jeanne and her husband Don are known for their powerful seminars that have brought healing to thousands of individuals and families.

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