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Surviving Your Child's Adolescence

How to Understand, and Even Enjoy, the Rocky Road to Independence

Surviving Your Child's Adolescence by Carl Pickhardt
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Expert suggestions for guiding your child through the rough teenage years

Does it sometimes seem like your teenager is trying to push you over the edge? Learn what your child is going through and what you can do to help your teen navigate this difficult period in this practical guide from psychologist and parenting expert Carl Pickhardt. In an easy-to-read style, Dr. Pickhardt describes a 4-stage model of adolescent growth to help parents anticipate common developmental changes in their daughter or son from late elementary school through the college age years.

  • Provides unique advice for dealing with arguing, chores, the messy room, homework, and many other issues
  • Offers best practices for teaching effective communication, constructive conflict, and responsible decision-making
  • Includes ideas for protecting kids against the dangers of the Internet, bullying, dating, sexual involvement, and substance use

An essential road map for parents looking to guide their children on the path to adulthood.

Wiley; January 2013
288 pages; ISBN 9781118421222
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Title: Surviving Your Child's Adolescence
Author: Carl Pickhardt
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