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- New Harbinger Publications 2017; US$ 13.95
It?s tough raising a teenager, but it?s especially difficult when a teen has trouble regulating their emotions and lashes out. This groundbreaking book gives parents the tools they need to stop unwittingly reinforcing their teen?s bad behavior, reduce family conflicts, and get teens on track with the things that really matter. more...
- Ebury Publishing 2017; US$ 18.32
?Ian Williamson is a genius ? I couldn?t recommend [this] more highly? HELEN FIELDING How do you talk to your teen when their only focus is the screen in front of them? How do you help them to build a core of self-esteem in a world obsessed with appearances? In this empathetic, down to earth and eminently practical guide... more...
- McGraw-Hill Education 2000; US$ 46.00
Examines the nature of young people's lives at the start of the century. Arguing that the 'sociology of youth' has struggled to bridge the gap between 'structural' and 'cultural' conceptions of youth, this book emphasizes the notion of lifestyle as an enlightening means of addressing young people's relationship with social change. more...
- Greenwood Publishing Group 2007; US$ 40.00
A popular mother/daughter team, incorporating insights and quotes from interviews with 100 more mother/daughter pairs, shows us how to handle those testy times that follow when around age 11 daughter becomes a "tween," raising issues from body piercings, cell phones, makeup and suggestive clothes to awful behavior, and awful boyfriends. more...
- Free Press 2008; US$ 15.99
Drawing on the revelatory results of a landmark study, William Damon -- one of the country's leading writers on the lives of young people, whose book Greater Expectations won the Parents' Choice Award -- brilliantly investigates the most pressing issue in the lives of youth today: why so many young people are "failing to launch" -- living at home... more...
- Random House Publishing Group 2009; US$ 25.00
Do you sometimes wonder how your teen is ever going to survive on his or her own as an adult? Does your high school junior seem oblivious to the challenges that lie ahead? Does your academically successful nineteen-year-old still expect you to ?just take care of? even the most basic life tasks? Welcome to the stunted world of the Endless Adolescence.... more...
- Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group 2009; US$ 13.95
Stephen Digges is the kind of angry adolescent a lot of parents would have given up on. He is out of control by the time he is 13 -- running with gangs, stealing cars, fooling around with drugs and guns, and in general making his family?s life hell. Confronted with his growing recklessness and defiance, his mother, the poet Deborah Digges, decides... more...
- Simon Pulse 2009; US$ 19.99
The Secret is an international phenomenon that has inspired millions of people to live extraordinary lives. The Secret to Teen Power makes that knowledge accessible and relevant to today's teens. It explains the law of attraction in relation to teen issues such as friends and popularity, schoolwork, self-image, and relationships. It explains how... more...
- ABC-CLIO 2004; US$ 67.00
Teens in Latin America and the Caribbean generally face a difficult path to adulthood. Poverty and unemployment, violence, political instability, and emigration are frequently the norm in their native countries. Those from poorer families must often work as well as attend school, and opportunities for higher education and good jobs are limited. Wealthier... more...