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No by David Walsh
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Feb 12, 2012

it was amazing
bookshelves: nonfiction
Read from February 12 to March 22, 2012

This is a must read for parents with children of any age but especially for those with children heading into the teenage years. The premise is clear from the title, but it's packed with strategies for how to actually practice that hard advice of holding firm.

It's common sense advice, and the chapters about raising children in the early years was affirming. But as my children near adolescence, I'm less confident about my parenting skills. I can see already that it's going to get harder (and harder!) There are practical suggestions and scripts for how to handle a variety of issues: Media awareness, Money, Peer relations, Curfew, School and issues with teachers, and more.

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03/06/2012 page 163
53.0% "Finally at the "teenage section" the part I really need to know!"
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