You have one of the toughest and most important jobs out there: raising teenagers. Their reputation precedes them: cluttered rooms, changing moods, curfew wars and confusing relationships haunt the dreams of parents well before their oldest child hits adolescence. Wayne Rice, founder of Understanding Your Teenager, has compiled more than a hundred of the most common concerns that parents bring to him, questions like
- How should I respond when my daughter is disrespectful?
- When is it appropriate for teenagers to start dating?
- What do I do when my son refuses to go to church?
- My kids asked me if I ever did anything they are being tempted with (drugs, sex, skipping school). How truthful should parents be with their own past
Every parent will receive a copy of the book, “I have a Teenager in the house!” a great book that offers practical perspectives, and wise answers. The teenage years can be tough on parents. They’re tough on kids too. But with the helpful insights you’ll find in There’s a Teenager in My House, you can endure–and even enjoy–this exciting season of your child’s life