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Westchester Family, January 2009
“Good advice for parents frustrated with trying to communicate with their teenagers.”
Pretty obvious information, nothing earth shattering, yet good reminders in one place for when you need them.Published 2 months ago by S in Boulder
i recommend this to all of my fellow parents of teenagers. this book was extremely helpful and allowed me to see situations from a new angle. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Stephanie
I've only read a bit, so far good content in book. The physical condition of the book was not in good shape, however. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Jeanne Sladky Quiros
I read so many parts thinking "that's EXACTLY my daughter"! It was nice to know that my teen is not 'uniquely frustrating', and that her behavior is completely normal... Read morePublished 12 months ago by T. Lynn
This book really casts some light on the topic of teenagers and how to understand them better. I was able to relate to many parts of the book and recommend it to anyone who wants... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Liezel
Full of practical tips and embracing our teens. I would really commend this to parents who want fresh ideas and inspiration that our Teens are actually normal!!Published 16 months ago by Angie Wright