With wit and wisdom, Dr. Guarendi gives parents the tools they need not only to navigate the teen years but also to enjoy them. Presented in a lively question-and-answer format, this book helps equip parents to give their teens a safer, more stable adolescence.
Teens are "full of life, enthusiasm, energy and laughter," Dr. Ray says, although our culture primes us to expect a far darker reality. In a lively question-and-answer format, Good Discipline, Great Teens considers issues ranging from curfew to drugs to backtalk and equips parents to give their teens a safer, more stable adolescence, and character and virtues for a lifetime.
- The beauty of the beast
- We just don't talk anymore
- More authority = less discipline
- Respect yourself-and me
- Trouble trademarks of the teens
- Give me liberty, or give me new parents
- Standing strong.
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RAYMOND N. GUARENDI, PH.D., is a clinical psychologist and the father of ten children. He has been a regular guest on national TV and radio programs such as Oprah, Joan Rivers, The 700 Club and CBS This Morning. He offers parents practical help through a syndicated advice column and his national radio program, The Doctor Is In. "Dr. Ray" is the author of several books, including Discipline That Lasts a Lifetime (Servant). He, his wife, Randi, and their children live in northeast Ohio.