How to Survive Your Teenager: By Hundreds of Still-Sane Parents Who Did and Some Things to Avoid from a Few Whose Kids Drove Them Nuts

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How to Survive Your Teenager by Hundreds of Still-Sane Parents Who Did offers hundreds of pieces of great advice and entertaining stories on teenagers from the real ?pros??everyday parents across the country who have raised a teenager and survived to tell their story. This book ?the sixth in the Hundreds of Heads Survival Guide series?grew out of the simple idea that when you?re facing any of life's major challenges, it's good to get advice from those who have gone before you. Unlike other parenting books that give the opinion of one or two experts, How to Survive Your Teenager includes words of wisdom from hundreds of parents? both moms and dads, nationwide?who have been there, done that (many of them have raised as many as four or five teenagers!). From the first slammed door to the last temper tantrum, from their first pimple to their last day living at home, it's your job to get them through it alive and survive the experience yourself. Don?t attempt to navigate these treacherous waters alone, advise editors Beth Reingold Gluck and Joel Rosenfeld, who each have several teenagers of their own. How to Survive Your Teenager provides hard-won insight into the realities of day-to-day life with a teenager in the house. The book is jam-packed with hundreds of quick tips and great pieces of advice on subjects including: ? Home Life?messy bedrooms, locked bathrooms, and I hate you! ? School?getting them to college, or just getting them to class ? Media?MP3s, R-rated movies, and the Internet ? Friends?peer pressure, dating, and romance ? Driving?teaching them, and letting them go ? Sex?talking to your teen, getting your teen to talk ? Drinking and Drugs?keeping your teen sober and safeHow to Survive Your Teenager is a fun and quick read for harried parents on the go. Moms and dads can get quick tips on dealing with their teens while they drink their morning coffee, going to pick up their kids from events, or waiting for their teens to get off the phone so they can talk! With this book, parents can get smart about the teenage years. Millions of parents have survived, and so can you! ?Parents of teens and parents of kids approaching those years will find wisdom on each page?.provides insight, humor, and empathy?? ?Foreword Magazine, July/August 2005 ?Words of wisdom: Hundreds of parents nationwide weigh in with advice on everything from messy bedrooms to driving to sex?? ?The Cincinnati Enquirer ?Raising a teen? Here's some advice from the book How to Survive Your Teenager straight from people who?ve done it?? ?Knight Ridder News Service