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Tyndale House The DNA of Parent-Teen Relationships: How to Forge a Strong and Lasting Bond with Your Teen

Fight A "Good" Fight-Honorably! Conflict is an in evitable part of any home with a teenager. Gary Smalley and his son Greg use family stories to illustrate the incredible difference honoring one another makes-especially during a disagreement. Plan now to forge lasting bonds using the honor principle.
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Date:July 6, 2012
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Location:Lakewood, CO
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Excellent advice. All parents should read it before their children become teenagers. The suggestions in this book have greatly enhanced my ability to communicate with my children.
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Great advice, doable, Godly advice.

Date:October 27, 2011
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Delighted Debra
Location:Los Angeles County, CA
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I'm learning how to be a good grandparent of my grandson. I'm learning great Godly advice, and it's easy to put into action. Wonderful! I highly recommend this book. My Adult daughter and her husband will read this book as well. We have to be a team in unity with our teen. I can even see how this will help me with my relationship with my adult children. I wish I had this book 30 years ago.
Sincerely, Delighted Debra
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