Good Discipline, Great Teens
Dr. Ray Guarendi
This book represents wit and wisdom as Dr. Ray Guarendi gives parents the tools they need not only to navigate the teen years but also to enjoy them. Teens are “full of life, enthusiasm, energy and laughter,” Dr. Ray says, although our culture primes us to expect a far darker reality.
In a lively question-and-answer format, Good Discipline, Great Teens considers issues ranging from curfew to drugs to balk talk and equips parents to give their teens a safer, more stable adolescence and character and virtues for a lifetime.
Chapter tiles include:
- The Beauty of the Beast
- We Just Don't Talk Anymore
- More Authority = Less Discipline
- Respect Yourself - and Me
- Trouble Trademarks of the Teens
- Give Me Liberty, or Give Me New Parents
- Standing Strong
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