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How To Deal With Parents - A Guide To Dealing With Parents And Having A Quality Relationships With Them (Youth Spirituality Series Book 4) [Kindle Edition]

Victor Lee

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Book Description

Do You Have Trouble Talking To Your Parent?
Feel That Your Parents Are Being Overly Critical Of You?
Want To Have A Better Relationship With Your Parents?

Dealing with difficult parents is something many teenagers face. It is very difficult when a teenager were to deal with their parents because certain parents have a lack of communication with them. Because of the lack of quality communication, many teenagers feel that their parents don't care about them.
However, most of the time, it is simply because a lack of effective communication.

Dealing With Difficult Parents

Without a doubt, dealing with parents is something that is very skillful. It is something difficult for teenagers to understand because parents want the best for their children but have trouble articulating.
In "Rachel Hates Herself", the author shares a story of a girl who suffers from depression because of her parents incessant demands of her to do well in ther studies. For many teenagers, this is because their is a conflict. The parents want certain things for their children while the child wants some other things.
In the chapter "A Note To Parents" shares a wonderful idea about parenting, with a poem.
For teenagers reading this book, you would learn to go into the mind of your parents. This is in the chapter of "Understanding Your Parents" and "Five Tips To Dealing With Parents Effectively".
In the most powerful chapter of the book, teenagers would learn how to gain a different perspective and forgive their parents for their past mis-doings "Forgiving Your Parents".
In the very last chapter of the book "Common Concerns Teenagers Face", parents would learn to better accept the problems that teenagers face as well.
Without a doubt, How To Deal With Parents For Youths is a book that both parents and youngsters/teenagers should read.
These book would help clarify these questions:
  • How To Fix A Broken Relationship With Your Parents?
  • How To Do What You Love Without Disappointing Your Parents?
  • How To Communicate With Your Parents More Effectively?
  • How To Deal With Demanding Parents

How To Deal With Parents For Youths helps gives you some great ideas on improving the quality of the communication with your parents and vice versa.

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  • File Size: 164 KB
  • Print Length: 26 pages
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  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0081WTBZO
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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More About the Author

Victor Lee was born in Rotorua, New Zealand, on 10 July 1989, the first born of Lee Voon Fah and Wong Peck Foong. As an infant, he lived in New Zealand until he was three and moved back to Malaysia and has lived there up till now.

From an early age, Victor held a keen interest in reading and sports. He was always active in sports and spent his free time indulging in books. His interest in books stems from his deep curiosity about the world.

He finished his schooling in Sri Kuala Lumpur (in Subang Jaya) and headed to Sunway University to study accountancy. He graduated in a professional accountancy course - ACCA (Associated Chartered Certified Accountant).

He currently works as a freelance writer and a part time real estate agent. He spends his free time teaching badminton to younger children. He counsels teenagers and young adults when needed on their career and their issues. He also gives advice from time to time to parents who are keen to bring up their children in a more spiritual sense.

He aspires to set up a spiritual support center which assists people facing terminal illnesses.


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