Addressing the isolation, fear, and silence parents endure during their child's adolescence, authors Michael Riera and Joseph Di Prisco get beyond the stereotypes to expertly guide parents to a better appreciation of their teenager's frustrating if not completely troubling behavior.Through stories and conversations, Field Guide to the American Teenager dramatizes teens living their lives on their own terms, illuminating for bewildered and sometimes beleaguered parents what is extraordinary in the ordinary reality of everyday teenage life. Complete with suggestions for parents to improve communication, Field Guide lets parents stand briefly in their teenager's shoes, ultimately guiding families toward genuine mutual respect and understanding.What she is telling you is to do your job. And isna#39;t that what shea#39;s supposed to do as assistant manger? And arena#39;t these things youa#39;re supposed to do on your own ? What am I missing? a Just about everything so far. First, respect. Secondanbsp;...
|Title||:||Field Guide to the American Teenager|
|Author||:||Michael Riera, Joseph Diprisco|
|Publisher||:||Da Capo Press - 2009-07-21|