Adjusting to life with teenagers can be the greatest challenge many parents face. This positive and practical new book, accompanying the popular BBC TV Series, will help parents transform their relationships with their teenage children.
Adolescence is a stage of huge turmoil for everyone involved. Parents see their precious angels turn into defiant monsters. Teenagers see their parents turn into old fashioned busy bodies who don't understand.
The real issues of adolescence - falling in with the 'bad crowd';dating and sex; drugs; underage drinking; truanting; eating disorders; detachment; unreasonable mood swings - bring about the tears, tension, frustration and guilt which characterize this stage of the parenting process.
Drawing on the life-changing techniques of the BBC TV series,Dr Stephen Briers and Sacha Baveystock outline how parents can find positive routes to overcome issues and transform their relationship with their children.
Adjusting to life with teenagers can be the greatest challenge many parents face
Teenagers, Parenting, Prent/Child Relationships
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