Jenni's Reviews > Parenting Teens With Love And Logic: Preparing Adolescents for Responsible Adulthood, Updated and Expanded Edition

Parenting Teens With Love And Logic by Foster W. Cline
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May 12, 2010

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Read from May 12 to June 13, 2010

Like the first one on parenting kids this just reiterates some of the same stuff but also add a few things like how to handle teenagers with the more logical approach which seems right because they want to see the logic behind the parenting or they just think you are "forcing them" or making up crap to make their lives miserable. That's how it is around here anyway. Some of the situations totally seem like crap but others like the part about hairstyles and clothing and also about them doing things like hanging out with friends you don't approve of have some merit. I seemed to jive with this book better than the kids one because you can't force your teenagers like you can your littler kids. Not that you are supposed to force anyway. Like I said with the other book ya gotta take what you can and forget the rest.

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