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Your Kids Are Your Own Fault: A Guide For Raising Responsible, Productive Adults

Read Larry Wingets posts on the Penguin Blog.Straight-talking, bestselling Pitbull of Parenting Larry Winget says This is not a fix your kid book. Its a fix the way you parent book. You owe it to your kids to parent with a plan!Being a parent is the toughest job in the world, especially with the increasing number of negative influences and pitfalls facing our kids

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Uncommon Sense for Parents with Teenagers

This perennial bestseller (with more than 100,000 copies sold) has been completely revised and updated for a new generation of teenagers and their parents.Since its initial publication in 1995, Uncommon Sense for Parents with Teenagers has ushered countless families through the trying years of adolescence. In this fully revised and updated edition, Riera tackles some of th

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Boundaries with Kids: When to Say Yes, When to Say No to Help Your Children Gain Control of Their Lives

You want your kids to grow up into healthy adults. You want to see them take responsibility for their behavior, their values, their lives. But maybe youve discovered that simply telling them to do the right thing isnt enough. From toddler tantrums to teenage temptations, youve got to help them take ownership of their behavior, feelings, and attitudes. But how?Establis

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The Hybrid Tiger: Secrets of the Extraordinary Success of Asian-American Kids

Why do Asian and Asian-American students consistently perform so well on standardized tests? Why are students of Asian descent disproportionately admitted to America�s top colleges?This informative and entertainingly written comparison of educational methods in America and China answers these questions and more, while assessing the strengths and weaknesses of each culture

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Parenting Todays Adolescent: Helping Your Child Avoid the Traps of the Preteen and Teen Years

Normally confident moms and dads grow weak-kneed when their children enter--gasp!--puberty. Barbara and Dennis Rainey, parents of six teenage or older children, map out the unfamiliar,demanding landscape of both pre-adolescence (ages 10-12), as well as the teen years that follow.Preadolescence is when convictions are shaped; adolescence is when convictions are tested, th

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What Great Parents Do: 75 Proven Strategies for Raising Fantastic Kids

A golden rule book to parenting best practices, What Great Parents Do concisely presents key strategies to help parents reshape kids challenging behaviors, create strong family bonds, and guide children toward becoming happy, kind, responsible adults.What Great Parents Do is an everything-you-need-to-know road map for parenting that you will consult again and again. Psych

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Positive Discipline Parenting Tools: The 49 Most Effective Methods to Stop Power Struggles, Build Communication, and Raise Empowered, Capable Kids

Do you wish there was a way to raise well-behaved children without punishment? Are you afraid the only alternative is being overly indulgent? With Positive Discipline, an encouragement model based on both kindness and firmness, you don�t have to choose between these two extremes. Using these 49 Positive Discipline tools, honed and perfected after years of real-world resear

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Dads and Daughters: How to Inspire, Understand, and Support Your Daughter When Shes Growing Up So Fast

Every father can make a huge difference in his daughter�s life.As the primary male role model in a girl�s life, fathers influence their daughters in profound ways, from how they see themselves to what they come to expect from men and the world at large. But men often don�t realize the importance of their interactions or may shy away from too close involvement because of th

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Uncommon Sense for Parents with Teenagers

This perennial bestseller (with more than 100,000 copies sold) has been completely revised and updated for a new generation of teenagers and their parents.Since its initial publication in 1995, Uncommon Sense for Parents with Teenagers has ushered countless families through the trying years of adolescence. In this fully revised and updated edition, Riera tackles some of

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Ending the Parent-Teen Control Battle: Resolve the Power Struggle and Build Trust, Responsibility, and Respect

Full of practical expectations ... Warmly recommended.�Library Journal starred reviewPower struggles between parents and teens are nothing new, but chronic control battles are destructive to teen development as well as the entire family. According to psychotherapist Neil Brown, these battles occur as the result of self-perpetuating negative relationship patterns. Chock

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