A PARENT'S GUIDE by Jeff A. Parke BA Behavioral Psychology

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A Parent's Guide: How to Reach Your Teen is the FIRST of its kind to look at the effectiveness of specific practices in key areas that will allow for the development of healthy and productive teen/parent relationships. And it has all been done within one small article. There is no longer the need to surf the Internet or go to a local library for this in depth information. This article is intended to focus on: parents and families; social and conflict resolution skills; drug abuse and prevention techniques; effective communication and parenting techniques; helping teenagers develop self respect. This article has been drawn from real-world experiences of professionals and advocates who have successfully worked to create effective techniques for the development of healthy teen/parent relationships. Best of all, this article has been written with the average parent in mind. This article deals with down-to-earth ideas and tips! You do not need a PhD. to understand this article. All you need is a little free time to fully engulf the benefits of Reach Your Teen. Do not let your teen child slip away from you. Get the facts and the knowledge that will help you reach your teenagerThe goal of A Parent's Guidebook: How To Reach Your Teen is to ensure that every teen and their parents have the ability to develop safe and productive relationships by identifying and promoting programs and policies that keep teens out of trouble, protect them from violence, and provide them with a safe and productive learning environment. Through its work, this article seeks to educate parents about factors that contribute to violent activity, and thus establish  strategies to help teenagers grow into to productive adults.Research and hard work have combined to make this the most legitimate and comprehensive article available on the market.

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Published May 13, 2007 by AuthorHouse. 141 pages
Genres: Parenting & Relationships. Non-fiction

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