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- Crown Publishing Group 2009; US$ 16.00
?My daughter used to be so wonderful. Now I can barely stand her and she won?t tell me anything. How can I find out what?s going on?? ?There?s a clique in my daughter?s grade that?s making her life miserable. She doesn?t want to go to school anymore. Her own supposed friends are turning on her, and she?s too afraid to do anything. What can I do??... more...
- HarperCollins 2009; US$ 13.99
As featured in Newsweek, Time, USA Today, and on Oprah, Dateline NBC, MTV and 20/20 , this leading sexuality educator now helps parents guide their children through the difficult adolescent years?from the author of From Diapers to Dating . Debra Haffner's valuable, award-winning book first book on raising sexually healthy children, From... more...
- HarperCollins 2008; US$ 11.99
The author of Choice Theory and Reality Therapy offers a powerful approach for helping troubled teens. In his decades as a therapist, Dr William Glasser has often counselled parents and teenagers. His advice has healed shattered families and changed lives. Now in his first book on the lessons he has learned, he asks parents to reject the 'common... more...
- Penguin Group US 1998; US$ 15.00
Until the early 1980s, there was no official diagnosis for depression in children. But children can, and do, become depressed. In fact, the National Institute of Mental Health now estimates that 2.5 million youngsters under eighteen have experienced clinical depression--and the real number may be higher still. "Help Me, I?m Sad" discusses how to... more...
- Grand Central Publishing 2008; US$ 10.99
Everyone likes to think they started the notebook. Sophie claims she stole the idea from two girls in her math class. Courtney still has a death grip on the theory that the notebook was her invention. Lindsey doesn't really care; she's just along for the ride. And Julia never knows what's going on anyway.What we do know is that we started the notebook... more...
- Search Institute Press 2003; US$ 7.95
Providing 50 commonsense ways to connect and build assets, this resource gives parents, caregivers, teachers, childcare workers, and youth workers practical ways to connect with young people. Each inspirational idea contains a reference to a supportive research study or expert opinion and includes action items for straightforward advice. more...
- Profile 2011; US$ 14.38
Teenagers are tough, and anyone who has their own needs help. Here it is: a witty, enjoyable, ground-breaking and genuinely helpful guide that breaks the mould. This is the best survival manual for parents who find themselves marooned among volatile and incomprehensible aliens on Planet Teen. It looks at all the difficult issues of bringing up teenagers... more...
- Lantern Books 2011; US$ 9.99
In this companion to his first book, An Unchanged Mind, John A. McKinnon provides invaluable advice to all parents of teenagers and young adults. Using case studies gathered from his years helping parents with troubled adolescents, Dr. McKinnon explores the ways that adolescent development can be derailed in today's complex culture and how parents... more...
- The Experiment 2013; US$ 14.95
Raising a preteen can sneak up on you. Best friends can turn into crushes?or bullies?overnight, and suddenly everything you do is so embarrassing. Connecting with someone who not so long ago was your baby and now only responds in shrugs and eye-rolls is difficult, but open, respectful communication is exactly what a preteen needs. In Mom, I'm... more...
- HarperCollins Publishers 2013; US$ 19.92
Adolescence has changed. Young people now enter puberty earlier (in many cases at 10 or 11 years of age) and leave home later. What's more, modern society expects children to grow up emotionally all too quickly. The good news is that the skills, knowledge and strategies parents need are clearly explained in this book. The author discuss: the three... more...