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Hope for Parents of Troubled Teens: A Practical Guide to Getting Them Back on Track

3.62 of 5 stars 3.62  ·  rating details  ·  8 ratings  ·  4 reviews
Wisdom, insight, advice, and empathy for parents of troubled teens from a professional counsellor and parent of a troubled teen.
Paperback, 219 pages
Published January 1st 2012 by Bethany House Publishers
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Jimmy Reagan
Here’s a book for those experiencing trouble with your teenage children. Besides being a licensed counselor, Ms. Rae has experienced her own deep trouble with a teenage child of her own. That will color your opinion of the book. You will either think that you would rather listen to someone who raised teenagers and dodged disaster, or you might think she has insight into how to make the best out of the disaster. Probably you would find another book better if you haven’t had the tragedy yet of a r ...more
Tima
This book is exactly what the title says it is. It's a very practical guide to helping parents. It's simple format and easy to understand language cut straight to the point and help clarify what troubled teens are facing today.

This book is God centered and revolves around bringing the family closer together and closer to God. Each chapter lists a potential problem and tells the story of a similar family and how they resolved their conflicts. It has quite a few scriptures to back the ideas and en
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Stephanie
Read this on the recommendation of a therapeutic boarding school for troubled boys.

This book would have been very helpful about two years ago when dealing with a more "controllable" teen - 13/14 years old. I look forward to applying communication techniques moving forward as my stepson goes through treatment/recovery program.
Rose
Stupid. There was a few things that caught my eye, but it seemed this book was more about the parent than the child. Some very obvious things, like pay attention to your child and don't 'egg-them-on', but nothing that really spoke to the need of a parent for hope.
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