Parenting Teens With Love And Logic: Preparing Adolescents for Responsible Adulthood, Updated and Expanded Edition

September 24, 2019 - Comment

Parents need help to teach their teens how to make decisions responsibly―and do so without going crazy or damaging the relationship. Parenting Teens with Love and Logic, from the duo who wrote Parenting with Love and Logic, empowers parents with the skills necessary to set limits, teach important skills, and encourage decision-making in their teenagers.

Parents need help to teach their teens how to make decisions responsibly―and do so without going crazy or damaging the relationship.

Parenting Teens with Love and Logic, from the duo who wrote Parenting with Love and Logic, empowers parents with the skills necessary to set limits, teach important skills, and encourage decision-making in their teenagers.

Covering a wide range of real-life issues teens face―including divorce, ADD, addiction, and sex―this book gives you the tools to help your teens find their identity and grow in maturity. Indexed for easy reference.

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Comments

Anonymous says:

Full of religious bias , inaccuracies and outdated As a pediatrician and mother of two adolescents, I read just about every parenting book out there. This was the first one I actually had to stop reading when I reached the chapter on talking to your teen about sexuality. The authors suggest that discussing safe sex sends a message to our teens that we are encouraging them to have sex (“This kind of emphasis (discussing contraception) tends to shove teens into it rather than present them with healthy alternatives (abstinence)”). This argument is…

Anonymous says:

Super outdated Well, if you have a good kid at home and were just looking to this book for some advice to help along the way, this is not the book for you. There is a lot of drug, alcohol, and police involvement with the kids in this book. If that is where you are in life with your teenager, it could be helpful. I shut the book and rolled my eyes for the final time when I came to the chapter that said they do not agree with using punishments. At all. For anything. Then asked me to read the ridiculous “logic”…

Anonymous says:

Change starts with us:) Has been very helpful with addressing issues with my 15 son who until I read this book I had not realized his skill at getting what he wanted through manipulation- he is a good kid but my reactions have taught him all wrong- this is helping me help him grow into a young man & hopefully the best he can become. I am coupling this with counseling for myself & mentors of others. I am a believer that change starts in us.

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