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The Teen Years - Don't Get Mad - Get Through- A parent's guide to surviving the teenage years without tearing your hair out..

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Parents, are you ready to finally stop the never-ending cycle of disagreements, arguing and repeating yourself endlessly? If you ask most parents what they want for their children, most will answer, “I want them to be happy, healthy and confident.” Ask parents of teenagers and most will say, “I just wish they would do as I tell them!” The teenage years can feel like a ...more
Paperback, 96 pages
Published June 8th 2012 by CreateSpace
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Lucy Hay
Apr 16, 2015 Lucy Hay rated it it was amazing
Practical, useful and enlightening, Sarah's books empowers parents and gives tips on how to avoid and manage conflict with your teen. Broken down into manageable chunks, this is a complete course in understanding how teens work and reminding parents it's NOT personal! This is not a simple "how to" book - there is work to be done and this is no "quick fix": Sarah creates exercises for parents to work through, as well as reflect on. I found the latter, especially reminding yourself of how you felt ...more
Terry Tyler
Dec 10, 2013 Terry Tyler rated it really liked it
This is an excellent, good sense book! What I like about it is that it's not even just for the parent/teenager situations, but has excellent advice and strategies for harmonious living within any permutation of family relationship. Very easy to read, with nice little exercises to do, as well.

Recommended!
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