How to Keep Your Teen From Becoming a J@ck@$$

This practical hands-on book explains how to help teens in the process of finding themselves as they grow into adulthood. It is a unique, special guide because it shares teens’ perspectives on what they need to become the people of their dreams.

Based on a sound theoretical framework and grounded in numerous adolescent interviews, the book is a readable and useful manual for parents to really understand what is happening inside their teens and how to better support them. In addition to providing a detailed description of the theoretical model, backed up by rich, varied quotations representing the points of view of many teenagers, the book presents 14 concrete recommendations to aid teens in their journey from childhood to adulthood.

How to Keep Your Teen from Becoming a J@ck@$$ is a must-read for anyone who wants to better understand and support teenagers.

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