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For Parents Only Discussion Guide: Helping You Get Inside the Head of Your Kid

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A Handy Way to Find Out What’s Really Going On in There

Drawing on the results of a ground-breaking nationwide survey of teenagers, For Parents Only revealed several key surprises about the inner lives of kids. Whether your child already is a teenager or you see those years barreling at you like an express train, this companion study guide will help you put that priceless k
Paperback, 80 pages
Published September 11th 2007 by Multnomah
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Apr 15, 2008 Tami rated it really liked it
Having survived two teenagers and in the midst of the third readying to leave the nest, I remember being frustrated about the choices my children were making. At first, like most parents, I yelled, judged, and tried to keep control. I have to admit that there were times that our house felt like a war zone.

The big break, for me, was actually listening to my kids. The more I listened, the more they actually talked to me. Over time, I realized that my children were trying to figure out who they we
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