What You Can Learn from Your Teenager: Lessons in Parenting and Personal Growth

| January 26, 2015

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What You Can Learn from Your Teenager: Lessons in Parenting and Personal Growth

Jean-Pierre Kallanian has sixteen years’ practical experience working with disadvantaged, at-risk and court-involved youth, and has two teenage sons of his own, but he’s not the expert on your teenager. You are!

This innovative book provides a teenage inspired framework for developing your own, individualized approach toward a stronger relationship with your son or daughter. Within eight lessons are tips, dialogues, analogies, and charts to help you better understand the particular dynamics and interactions between you and your child. Each lesson is capped-off with an explanation of what you can learn from your teenager and a summary of key takeaways. By combining psychology, philosophy, and practical advice, you will come to appreciate your son or daughter as a whole person. By better understanding your teenager’s strengths, abilities, and approach to living, you can feel relieved, excited, and confident about developing a relationship you want and even learn how to live a more fulfilling life yourself.

Embrace the fact that you are the expert on your own child, and use this book as a guide to creating a natural approach toward a parent-child relationship that is mutually rewarding and inspiring. For more information go to whatyoucanlearn.com

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  1. PeterG says:

    I recently wrote a post with a similar topic. It was geared towards the parents of youtubers. When I was a kid we dreamed about being movie stars or being on tv. These days kids want to be on YouTube and as parents, we should support them. If your kid is a youtuber (and if you don’t know what a youtuber is), you can read more here – http://youtubertips.com/handy-youtube-tips-1/

    Thanks.