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Teenage Girls: A Parent's Survival Manual (Counselling titles) epub ebook

by Lauren K. Ayers

Teenage Girls: A Parent's Survival Manual (Counselling titles) epub ebook

Author: Lauren K. Ayers
Category: Parenting
Language: English
Publisher: Crossroad (March 1, 1994)
Pages: 240 pages
ISBN: 0824513568
ISBN13: 978-0824513566
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 871
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Teenage Girls : A Parent's Survival Manual. I heartily recommend this book to any parent of a teenage girl. Dr. Ayers knows exactly what she is talking about

Teenage Girls : A Parent's Survival Manual. Ayers knows exactly what she is talking about. The teenage years are so crazy anyway that it is hard for a parent to know what is normal and what is not. This book explains how teenage girls think, which behaviors are normal and which indicate a problem. It provides practical and specific advice on effective parenting, problem-solving and dealing with crises and emergencies.

A Teenage Girls Life Survival Book. This is Strictly for teenage girls. This basically sums up the story of our lives. This book has a bit of everything.

Parents of teenage girls remember what it was like growing u. The Teenage Girls’ Survival Bible has a title that grabs your attention.

Parents of teenage girls remember what it was like growing up. Here are 5 things that haven’t changed about being a teenage girl. Mother of Teenagers - Midlife & Parenting Teens Blog. Teenagers & Young Adults. It is true that teenage girls are facing more pressures than every before. What others are saying.

Through their experience and expertise, you¹ll learn how to: -Respond quickly and effectively to crisis -Balance legal, ethical, and spiritual outcomes -Forge preventive partnerships with parents, schools, and students -Bring healing when damage is done. When crises happen‹and they will, ready or not‹there are practical steps you can take. Van Pelt and Hancock provide field-tested counsel and specific, biblical advice for each stage of crisis. Keep this book on hand as your go-to resource when you need it most. Because when it comes to crisis, it¹s not a matter of if, but when

Covers sloppiness, shyness, selfishness, smoking, temper tantrums, running away, drunkenness, and sexually transmitted disease
Reviews (5)
Shazel
This book is a must read for anyone who works with teenagers - especially teenage girls. Teachers, counselors, parents. This one is the best I've seen. The important point - listen carefully to your young people, and take them seriously. They have tremendous potential and they are faced with countless trials and difficulties, more challenging than previous generations.

Lightseeker
It was for my grand daughter to help in raising her daughter and she appreciated it. Only thing is, I had forgotten I had already purchased the book about a year ago, so now she has two! She will pass one on to a friend. Thanks.

Mala
I heartily recommend this book to any parent of a teenage girl. Dr. Ayers knows exactly what she is talking about. The teenage years are so crazy anyway that it is hard for a parent to know what is normal and what is not. This book explains how teenage girls think, which behaviors are normal and which indicate a problem. It provides practical and specific advice on effective parenting, problem-solving and dealing with crises and emergencies.

Kulwes
This book is perhaps the worst teenage manual I have ever seen. The advice is at times completely biased and untruthful (assuming, for example, that girls who are fat must be selfish) to destructive and sexist (if your teenage girl jumps up from her seat, have her repeat the behavior and stand up more gracefully). The entire tone of the book is almost condescending towards young women, as if the author is at best bemused by them. I have a Master's in Social Work, twelve years experience working with young people, and volunteer experience in several national youth agencies, and I am raising a teenage girl. Of all the books on kids I have ever read (And I've read literally hundreds) this is the only one I actually threw out.

Lli
While I applaud all attempts to provide supportive advice to our young people as they navigate the path of adolesence, I have a hard time supporting authors who copy the writings and titles of a fantastic book TSM that came out on this subject in the late seventies. Get your own material!

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