PARENTING TEENS WITH LOVE & LOGIC PB
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Title: Parenting Teens With Love & Logic Pb
Publisher: Intervarsity Press
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Good
About this title
Parenting Teens with Love and Logic, from the duo who wrote Parenting with Love and Logic, empowers parents with the skills necessary to set limits, teach important skills, and encourage decision-making in their teenagers.
Covering a wide range of real-life issues teens face―including divorce, ADD, addiction, and sex―this book gives you the tools to help your teens find their identity and grow in maturity. Indexed for easy reference.
From the Back Cover: “The real world doesn’t operate on punishment. It operates on consequences. Teens must never be allowed to think that the consequences of their poor decision will be “Mom and Dad will get angry.” They should be thinking of the natural consequence of their actions. Whenever we lay something on a teenager that doesn’t happen in the real world, it’s a punishment and not a consequence.” from Chapter 8, Ready, Set – Off into the Real World “Parenting Teens with Love and Logic helps us stay connected to our children while we watch them grow strong and independent. It is a gift to all of us who want to enjoy the incredible process of watching our children become respectful, responsible, and resilient adults.” –Bob Sornson, Ph.D., Author of Creating Classrooms Where Teachers Love to Teach and Students Love to Learn, coauthor of Meeting the Challenge and founder of the Early Learning Foundation “Parenting Teens with Love and Logic empowers parents by providing them with the tools and skills to handle each mistake with respect and embrace it as a learning opportunity. This respectful attitude assists teenagers in becoming responsible adults while maintaining a positive healthy parent/teen relationship.” –Gloria Sherman, M.A., LPC, Counselor Zemmer Jr. High, Lapeer, Michigan “Parenting Teens with Love and Logic provides parents with a wide variety of the necessary skills to set behavioral limits, encourage decision-making, and teach their teenagers the essential social skills to function in the adult world.” –Paul Gasser MS/LMFT, Marriage and Family Therapist-Mayo/Franciscan Health Instructor-University of Wisconsin-Platteville
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