35 Things Your Teen Won't Tell You, So I Will

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Turner Pub. Company, 2010 - Family & Relationships - 126 pages
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Any parent of a teenager who would like pragmatic tips on how to build a positive relationship with their child should read this book. Parents of teens know that in today's environment, being a good parent is a greater challenge than ever. In 35 Things Your Teen Won't Tell You, So I Will, Ellen Pober Rittberg offers insight on how to connect, react, instill responsibility, and even discipline your teen to help foster a positive parent-child relationship. This pragmatic yet humorous insight includes: Discussing the issue of partying when an adult isn't home Subsidizing your teen at your own peril Asking yourself, To buy a car or not to buy a car (that is the question) Helping your teen understand the importance of punching the clock Addressing beer and hard liquor, the unseen enemy

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Hilarious and filled with useful tips

User Review  - tr9870 - Borders

This book had me laughing out loud! The author's voice shines through and her quips fill the pages. The tips are accessible, useful and not starchy. I wish I had this book years ago. It is a good ... Read full review

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About the author (2010)

Ellen Pober Rittberg is a writer, attorney, and award-winning journalist who hosted and produced the TV show The Changing Family. Her feature articles and essays have appeared in the New York Daily News, the New York Times, and the Boston Globe. For 13 years, Ms. Rittberg raised three teens, all born within a three-year time span.

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