Living With Teenagers - Useful Guide - Free Today on Kindle

(6 Posts)
IloveJudgeJudy Sat 06-Oct-12 01:50:19

Thanks - just downloaded it.

TanteRose Thu 04-Oct-12 11:57:25

Thanks - just downloaded it

2madboys Thu 04-Oct-12 11:49:21

Thanks - DS1 almost 12 and has a been a teenager for sometime now! hmm

JiltedJohnsJulie Wed 03-Oct-12 17:35:58

Think I might download it too. DS is 8 going on 15.....

NadiaWadia Wed 03-Oct-12 17:27:37

Thanks for that, I have just downloaded it!

stephied Wed 03-Oct-12 11:05:28

My lot are not teenagers yet. But I know I need to prepare for it. I found this very useful guide free today on Kindle.

www.amazon.co.uk/Parenting-Without-Tears-Teenagers-ebook/dp/B0098WD75G/ref=sr_1_2?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1349258444&sr=1-2

It is one of the greatest shocks any parent faces. Your gorgeous, smart, polite child is suddenly transformed into a monosyllabic, moody teen who can hardly bear to be in the same room as their parents.

Teenagers can be trying - and parents end up feeling they can't cope.

But it needn't be impossible. Living with teenagers can be one of the most rewarding times of your life. You just need to approach it in the right way.

In this helpful, concise, practical guide, parenting expert Anne Coates guides you through how to cope with the teenage years; shows how to steer your child through to adulthood; and offers advice on how to stop them going off the rails.

It include chapters on -

Learning to Let Go
Puberty & Hormones
Sibling Rivals
Peer Pressure
First love – first heartbreak
Pocket money & allowances
Avoiding risky behavior
How to get your teenagers to talk to you
Teenagers working
School & education
Bullying
Helping your teen make decisions

'Parenting Without Tears: Living With Teens' will help you make sure your child becomes a successful, well-balanced adult. It is the guide every parent needs to help them through the most challenging years of parenting

Anne Coates is a journalist and author who has contributed to a wide range of parenting and women’s magazines and well as The Guardian and The Scotsman, specialising in health, parenting and education issues.

In 2007, Anne founded the website Parenting Without Tears and, after chairing the management committee of a local nursery, and then a primary school she is now a member of Southwark Diocesan Board of Education.

Anne’s non-fiction books include: Your Only Child, Applying to University The Essential Guide and University A Survival Guide.

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