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The Expert's Guide to TEENAGERS: 10 Interviews With Professionals Who Share What They've Learned (Volume 1) Paperback – July 18, 2014
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About the Author
Bill Corbett is the author of the award-winning parenting book series, LOVE, LIMITS, & LESSONS: A PARENT'S GUIDE TO RAISING COOPERATIVE KIDS (in English and in Spanish) and the executive producer and host of the public access television show CREATING COOPERATIVE KIDS. With a degree in clinical psychology, Bill provides parent coaching and keynote presentations to parent and professional audiences across the country. He sits on the board of the Network Against Domestic Abuse and the Resource Advisory Committee for Attachment Parenting International. Bill's practical experience comes as a father of 3 grown children, a grandfather of two, and a step dad to three.
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My own teenagers fit the stereotypes. The boys tend to withdraw to their rooms and the daughters tend to talk back more to their parents.
The insights on how to help prevent your kids from having car accidents was especially helpful.
Good advice on approach to cellphones, homework and substance abuse.
I had fun discussing this book with my teenagers and telling them that their behavior was predictable and typical rather than cool.