Parenting Today's Teens Weekend with Mark Gregston
It’s normal for teens to be both curious and relational. But, occasionally they take things to the extreme—even to the point of harming themselves. Some of these destructive behaviors include cutting, the choking game, running away, drinking or using their parents’ prescription drugs. On this edition of Parenting Today’s Teens, Mark Gregston provides tools for parents to cultivate a relationship with their teen and counteract the desire to engage in extreme behavior.
  • Saturday, June 19, 2010

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Tough Guys and Drama Queens

This book promises to help parents see that their success has little to do with either the validity of their words or their intent as the messengers. It’s more about how parents approach their child, how they present a path through the jungle of negative influences, and how they engage with their child should they succumb to or become curious with the offerings of the world. Written from the crucible of experience, Tough Guys and Drama Queens was written to be the book that gives answers to the questions that parents are asking. It’s the voice of a reassuring friend who comes along side and prepares them for the bumpy ride. It’s the wise perspective that works.

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