Some uncommon advice for parents with teenagers

Riera, Michael
December 1995
Mothering;Winter95, Issue 77, p77
Gives advice for parents on how to improve their relationship with their teenage children. Teaching natural consequences; Minimizing offers of advice; Communication indirectly.


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