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Dealing with Your Kids': 7 Biggest Problems (Indiana University Uralic and…

by Val J. Peter

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0938510975, Paperback)

A candid look at the challenges of growing up and the power of parents in a child's life.

Taboos have long tempted teens to lose their inhibitions. These temptations promise good times and instant gratification, but ultimately, trap youth in self-destructive behaviors. Illusion quickly becomes realty when feelings of guilt, disappointment and despair consume their lives.

Dealing with Your Kids' 7 Biggest Troubles is a thought-provoking guide on helping young people avoid or overcome negative impulses. Filled with practical advice, insight, and cautionary tales, the lessons shared will motivate every parent to have an open dialog with their sons and daughters. It's a "how-to" for developing a child's conscience and becoming a better parent.

With a message that both enlightens and empowers, Dealing with Your Kids' 7 Biggest Troubles reminds mothers and fathers to be "...the light at the end of the tunnel for their kids."

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:17:52 -0400)

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