Book Surviving Adolescents Short
Review of The Friendship Factor.
A good discipline primer for teens andpreteens.
Book Review by Jan Wilson
Surviving Your Adolescents
by Thomas Phelan
A good discipline primer for teens and preteens from the author of 1-2-3 Magic.
If your child is nearing the teen years, you might want to invest in another good book by Thomas Phelan, Surviving Your Adolescents. Phelan has also written about self-esteem in children and dealing with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD or ADHD). His combined knowledge allows him great insight into teens. In the book on adolescence, Dr. Phelan gives a step-by-step approach that helps end hassles while allowing parents and children to keep their self-respect. This book abounds with concrete solutions to life with a teen-ager.
It is also available in cassette for those of us who need to save time.
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