You're Grounded Till You're Thirty: What Works--and what Doesn't--in Parenting Today's Teens

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Hearst Books, 1996 - Family & Relationships - 196 pages
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Here are positive strategies for handling dozens of issues that arise between parents and teens. From messy rooms to phone marathons, homework hassles to spending sprees, breaking curfew to skipping school - psychologist Judi Craig offers down-to-earth guidance in the accessible "problem/solution" format her readers enjoy. More serious issues such as sexuality, depression, eating disorders, date rape, and substance abuse also are discussed. Parents will find here wide-ranging wisdom as they guide their teens through these sometimes tumultuous years.

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User Review  - carterchristian1 - LibraryThing

Most of it obvious, but still a book with a lot of good advice. There is a good chapter on planning for adult work, even if a career is not selected at once. I had a "communication problem" with my ... Read full review

Contents

ONE WHATS REALLY GOING ON WITH YOUR TEEN?
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TWO WHATS REALLY HAPPENING WITH PARENTS OF TEENS?
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THREE CAN WE TALK?
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About the author (1996)

Craig is a clinical psychologist in San Antonio, Texas, who has been in private clinical practice for more than 20 years. She is a Master Certified Coach, a syndicated columnist, and a master practitioner in neurolinguistic programming.

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