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HOW TO REALLY LOVE YOUR TEENAGE PB

HOW TO REALLY LOVE YOUR TEENAGE PB
This extrordinary book helps parents manifest love toward their children through the teenage years.' 'A teenager is the most vulnerable pe...
 
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ISBN/EAN: 9780946515226
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Publisher: AUTHENTIC MEDIA BOOKS&MUSIC UK
Author: CAMPBELL ROSS
 
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This extrordinary book helps parents manifest love toward their children through the teenage years.' 'A teenager is the most vulnerable person in our society,' writes Ross Campbell. 'His deepest need is love. Unless he feels that priceless assurance of love by his parents, he will not do his best.' How do parents show such love? Ross Campbell sets out principles which have proved so successful for parents in helping their teenagers develop into responsible adults. The author offers ideas to encourage parents to create a balanced approach for relating to their teenager, dealing with adolescent depression, and helping teenagers grow in all ways. 'This book certainly gets down to the real issues of being a parent. A practical book that you will want to read and re-read as you go through the teenage years with your children.' Fiona Castle Dr Ross Campbell writes from experience as a father; he is also Professor in the Departments of Paediatrics and Psychiatry at Tennessee University and the bestselling author of several books. Contents: Teenagers: Children in Transition The Home Unconditional Love Focused Attention Eye Contact and Physical Contact Parental Self-Control Teenage Anger From Parent Control to Self-Control Adolescent Depression Helping Your Teenager Intellectually Helping Your Teenager Spiritually The Older Adolescent
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