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Parents, Teens and Boundaries: How to Draw the Line Paperback – December 1, 1993
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Dr. Bluestein's book is practical, respectful of both teens and parents, and realistic. She gives sensible ideas about setting boundaries in ways that don't lead to strife or focus on parental emotions.
My advice: read this book before your kids reach their teens, so you'll have the skills you need and the family dynamic you want when the time comes.
Dr. Bluestein has a website at [...] where you can read articles and excerpts and hear her podcasts. I listened, and then I could hear her comforting, down-to-earth voice while I read her book. It was like having a wise friend there with me -- something parents of teens can really use.
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Gives you great point and guidance in placing boundaries between a parent and teen. This book is a very good read.Published 23 months ago by Carmen
This is a great book for any parent to read. Its a quick read but has great information and guidance.Published on January 14, 2014 by CKMAGIC
After a trying time with our 14 year old daughter I purchased this book. Always a great student and kiddo we had a "speed bump" when we disagreed with a boy she wanted to "go with"... Read morePublished on July 5, 2010 by Andrea Jane Musick
This is a good book although I wouldnt use some of the things I still think it will be helpfulPublished on October 20, 2008 by BJO
Not helpful for me. It contained mostly definitions of terms, no useful follow thru information. Other books I have found are more percise.Published on December 6, 2005 by L. Stephenson