Describes normal teenage behavior patterns, offers guidelines for dealing with common behavior problems, and discusses how parents can improve communication with their teenager
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Bringing up children today is different-and in many ways more difficult-than it was in past generations. Keys to Parenting Your Teenagers: Second Edition speaks to today's parents, with answers to today's problems. Using easy-to-read language that avoids unnecessary jargon, this guide points out ways parents can interact with their teenagers on a daily basis. Essential chapters include: Typical Teenage Behaviors and Attitudes The Adolescent's Perception of the Environment What Have I Done to Cause this Behavior? How to Become a Positive Parent Learning to Listen and to Understand Techniques to Avoid the Buildup of Anger Techniques to Develop Trust and Responsible Behaviors The Telephone-Problem or Incentive? Drug and Alcohol Abuse Among Adolescents Do You Need Professional Help? Psychologist Don Fontenelle received his PhD in clinical psychology from Oklahoma State University and has practiced for more than a quarter century, spending most of his career working with children, parents, and teachers. He has authored thirteen books on the subject and his workshops on child/adolescent behavior have been widely praised. He is also the author of How to Live with Your Children, The Parent's Guide to Solving School Problems, and How to Be a Good Parent: By Dealing Effectively with the Most Common Behavior Problems of Children.
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Book Description Barrons Educational Series Inc, 1992. Paperback. Book Condition: New. New item. May have light shelf wear. Bookseller Inventory # 170615015