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Number of Pages: 144
Vendor: David C. Cook
Publication Date: 2004
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Got Teens?: Time-Tested Answers for Moms of Teens and TweensJill Savage, Pam FarrelHarvest House Publishers / 2005 / Trade Paperback$13.49 Retail:4.5 Stars Out Of 5 2 Reviews
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It's one of the most common parenting scenarios--parent and child are developing nicely, when the child crosses that mysterious threshold into the "teenager zone." Suddenly, the parents feel unable to fully relate to their teen--and the teen responds to the parents' uneasiness. In this best-selling book, Dr. Campbell helps parents understanding the delicate dance between parents and their emerging teenagers. Learn how to create a solid, balanced approach for relating to your teen, how to communicate unconditional love, how to handle teenage anger, as well as your own, and how to help your teenager grow spiritually and intellectually.
Dr. Campbell's first book How To Really Love Your Child, published in 1977, has sold over 1 million copies and is in its 35th printing. Revised and update in 1992, it continues to be an internationally acclaimed best seller. His book How To Really Love Your Teenager received the Gold Medallion Award.
In addition to writing, Dr. Campbell has lectured throughout the United States and in numerous European countries. He is currently a seminar leader and board member of Ministering to Ministers, an organization dedicated to the support of ministers and their families.
Dr. Campbell and his wife, Pat, have four adult children and one grandchild. They reside on Signal Mountain, TN where he is a member of Signal Mountain Baptist Church.
Current Title: How To Really Love a Child
How To Really Love Your Teenager
Brand: Life Journey
Christie Herrington5 Stars Out Of 5February 20, 2008Christie HerringtonThis is a terrific book that any parent, wanting to help their teens through those awkward years, will agree is a gem! It has not only shown me how to best communicate and love my teens, it has also taught the whole family about handling our anger properly. There were a few topic that did not apply to us, but it is still a fantastic, easy-reading, impactful book.