"Becoming familiar with yourself is no easy task. In fact, it's going to take many courageous acts, some brutal, some ecstatic." This companion workbook to Uncommon Sense for Parents with Teenagers
is directed at the kids themselves. With subjects ranging from "Getting Your Driver's License" to "Romance" to "Being Gay," Michael Riera's non-judgmental tone and good advice make this a book that teenagers might actually like their parents to give to them.
About the Author
MICHAEL RIERA, Ph.D., is the author of Staying Connected to Your Teenager; Right From Wrong: Instilling a Sense of Integrity in Our Children; and Field Guide to the American Teenager. He is also an award-winning columnist, educator, television commentator, radio host, and national speaker on issues of adolescence, families, and parenting. A 19-year veteran of schools in the roles of counselor, dean of students, teacher, and consultant, Riera lives with his wife and two kids in Berkeley, California.