Parent/teen break-through: the relationship approach
If you're like most parents of teenagers, you wish you could break down the barriers and build a solid, honest relationship with your son or daughter. Now here's a book that will help you discover the key to: * Becoming a welcoming person in your teenager's life * Getting your son or daughter to really talk (and listen) to you * Trusting yourself as a parent - and getting your needs met * Asking the one 'magic question' that will break down barriers between you and your teen As you've probably discovered, controlling approaches like 'tough love', 'setting limits' and 'just saying no' don't work. What does work is this respectful, loving, effective approach - one that ensures that parent and child will be friends as the stormy seas of adolescence subside. Family therapists Kirshenbaum and Foster have developed a program that will help you dramatically improve your relationship with your teenager - a program so simple that any parent can put it into effect in the midst of the turmoil and distractions of everyday life.
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|Grouping Title||parent teen break through the relationship approach|
|Grouping Author||kirshenbaum mira|
|Last Grouping Update||2019-01-01 01:10:20AM|
|Last Indexed||2019-12-06 03:27:25AM|
|auth_author2||Foster, Charles, 1946-|
|detailed_location_pitkin||Pitkin County Library|
|owning_library_pitkin||Pitkin County Library|
|subject_facet||Parent and teenager -- United States|
|title_display||Parent/teen break-through : the relationship approach|
|title_full||Parent/teen break-through : the relationship approach / Mira Kirshenbaum and Charles Foster|
|title_sub||the relationship approach|
|topic_facet||Parent and teenager|