Stop Negotiating with Your Teen: Strategies for Parenting your Angry Manipulative Moody or Depressed Adolescent

Stop Negotiating with Your Teen Strategies for Parenting your Angry Manipulative Moody or Depressed Adolescent The sullen withdrawn sarcastic teenager The defensive wary and helpless parent This book builds a bridge between the two sides with practical and supportive advice on how to Contain conflicts befo

  • Title: Stop Negotiating with Your Teen: Strategies for Parenting your Angry Manipulative Moody or Depressed Adolescent
  • Author: Janet Sasson Edgette
  • ISBN: 9780399527890
  • Page: 461
  • Format: Paperback
  • The sullen, withdrawn, sarcastic teenager The defensive, wary, and helpless parent This book builds a bridge between the two sides with practical and supportive advice on how to Contain conflicts before they escalate into violence Break through the teen s verbal intimidation Avoid futile arguments Turn confrontation into communication Stand firm against teen rage ManageThe sullen, withdrawn, sarcastic teenager The defensive, wary, and helpless parent This book builds a bridge between the two sides with practical and supportive advice on how to Contain conflicts before they escalate into violence Break through the teen s verbal intimidation Avoid futile arguments Turn confrontation into communication Stand firm against teen rage Manage teen manipulation Build the teen s self esteem Talk to teens when no one knows what to sayFor ever parent who s screamed, what am I going to do with you , this book finally provides the answer.

    One thought on “Stop Negotiating with Your Teen: Strategies for Parenting your Angry Manipulative Moody or Depressed Adolescent”

    1. I recommend this book highly. It really "hit the spot" when it comes to fulfilling the need I had when I picked it up in the first place. I have one of those angry, manipulative teens who is wonderful and horrible at various times. This book is chock full of tools for communicating with these types of teens. Lots of real life situations are described, as well as real life conversations and what to say/what not to say. Don't wait until your kids are teens to read this. Excellent!

    2. Not that impressed. The author does a good job of describing the mistakes parents make, but some of her advice for dealing with kids more effectively is terrible.

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