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Between Parent and Teenager Paperback – November, 1988
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This book is a guide on how to approach teenagers and how to avoid parenting pitfalls. I say "OUCH" because the author give examples of what NOT to say when giving a specific scenario and looking back, I've said some pretty dumb things that are either hurtful or not helpful!!!! But the author then describes how you MIGHT want to approach the situation, not by soft shoeing or avoiding issues, but directly approaching and dealing with issues in manner that resolves problems, not escalates them.
The author approaches each topic that tells what the TEENAGER is thinking and feeling and how best to guide them. To me this book is written in a similar manner on how a coach would help a player get better and reach their potential while maintaining good relationships with their players.
NOTE: Parental authority is not diminished or downplayed in this book!!!!