Do you feel at a loss when your child is sullen, uptight, or outraged? You'll appreciate youth minister Cross's eye-opening study! Shedding light on the reasons kids get mad at their parents, he addresses touchy issues such as playing favorites, permissiveness, forcing your faith, and more to help you change your approach and foster understanding. 120 pages, softcover from InterVarsity.
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Very helpful insights
Date:February 25, 2012
Location:Kansas City, Missouri
I found this book to be a confirmation of what I already thought in regard to dealing with teens. I guess the most significant things we can do for our teens are to be consistent, firm but loving, and give them much of the same respect and leeway that we would want. They are maturing beings and their feelings and individuality count. This book helped me to see this.