Coping with Your Adolescent

Coping with Your Adolescent

Author: Larry Waldman

Publisher: Hampton Roads Publishing Company Incorporated

ISBN: 1571740023

Page: 101

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As noted , adolescents do not tolerate parental over - control very well ; also , they are simply out of the house a great deal and not available to be ...

A sensible and levelheaded approach to guiding preteens in situations that may seem beyond endurance.



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