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"If your little girl has suddenly turned into one big eye roll, then Arden Greenspan-Goldberg's What Do You Expect? She's a Teenager! is for you. It's the ultimate how-to guidebook that will not only teach you how to survive your daughter's teen years, but how to enjoy them along the way, too." -- Jen Singer, author,"You're a Good Mom (and Your Kids Aren't So Bad Either)"
"Thank goodness, a liberating, refreshingly helpful and therapeutically credible road map along the free-falling journey of motherhood. We all win with less "losing it" around conflict. The personal stories definitely made me feel less alone and empowered to stay open!"
Emme, TV Personality, Supermodel, Women's Body Image Advocate, and Mom
"In a straight forward, user friendly and totally accessible way, What Do You Expect? She's a Teenager overflows with the skills and techniques every mother needs for navigating the precarious yet thrilling road of raising a teenage daughter. Arden Greenspan-Goldberg covers every facet of your ride of a lifetime: sex, drugs, bullying , friends and more... expertly steering you into realistic expectations that both prepare and equip you for your journey."
--Dr. Jane Greer, Marriage and Family Therapist, Author of What About Me? Stop Selfishness From Ruining Your Relationship, Radio Host, Huffington Post Contributor
"If you have a tween or teenage girl or if you have a daughter younger than this, this book would definitely be the type of book that could be a lifesaver"
"Since most of my audience is composed of believers, I just want to note that even though a book is based on a secular worldview, it may contain some nuggets of wisdom which we can blend in with our own traditions - within our own value system - to help us avoid or deal with parenting problems."
"With Arden and her essential and accessible primer at their side, moms can not only survive, but actually thrive during the teenage years."
"I would suggest this book as a great way to open the doors for communication even if you don't agree with everything and every conversation starter. It helped me think about how I would approach the situation and also gives me a calm thought to different issues instead of getting hit with it out of the blue one day."
"In my opinion, I think that this is a book that is good for advice to show different views."
"This is the bible for mothers with tweens or teens."
"I dog-eared over 50 pages in this 300 plus page book. I highly recommend this book if you have a daughter age 10 and up."
Arden Greenspan-Goldberg, M.S.W., L.C.S.W., B.C.D., is a nationally known family and marriage psychotherapist who has specialized in teen issues for more than 30 years. She currently practices in New City, New York, and New York City. Visit askarden.comSee all Editorial Reviews
This book is really helping me be a better mother to my 12 year old. I would recommend to all mother's of teen or tween daughters.Published 7 months ago by Rhonda
I don't usually buy a book at the price this one was at but the reviews were so gleaming that I felt I couldn't possible waste my money. Boy was I wrong. Read morePublished on May 20, 2013 by Poidogster
Arden's book is a MUST HAVE for all parents. Her book provides thoughtful insight into the lives and minds of girls. I highly recommend this book.Published on December 10, 2012 by Jennifer McGurk, RDN
What do you expect? Shes a Teenager! I expect alot out of my daughter, after reading this book I learned to not let things get to me so much. Read morePublished on October 12, 2012 by gkkkk
This is a "forever" book and learning experience.
"What a joy to read, "What Do You Expect? She's A Teenager! Read more
As an educator I live by the motto, "You never stop learning." To those moms, including myself, who think they know it all or have heard it all before - Arden Greenspan-Goldberg's... Read morePublished on September 10, 2011 by J. Bunnell
Being both a parent and a grandparent of girls, I consider myself someone who has experienced much of what Arden writes about. Read morePublished on September 9, 2011 by jazzlin