Slow Parenting Teens provides a news flash to parents: If your relationship with your teen isn't what you want--YOU can change it. The five "slow" attitudes in this book will help you face your own fears and create a positive, respectful, and fun parenting relationship with your teenager. Believe it or not, your teenagers want a close relationship with you as much, or more, as you want the same thing with them. They lean into your acceptance, approval, and attention. They pull away from your correction, judgement, and lectures. That's why Slow Parenting Teens is the parenting book recommended by teenagers: You can change your family dynamics, and this book shows you the way.
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We hope the five attitudes introduced in Slow Parenting Teens will move you toward stronger, more joyous family relationships. In this book we challenge common parenting assumptions and help you discover your parenting style. We offer tips, hints, and homework to practice as you apply the five attitudes of slow parenting.Between us, we've accrued over 40 years of personal parenting experience with five unique children, plus over five decades of professional work with adolescents and their families. We have worked with highly successful teens as well as dysfunctional teens. We have worked with cooperative parents and resistant parents. We've celebrated our own children's success and cried with them as they struggled with challenging life issues. We'd love to hear how Slow Parenting Teens has changed your life!About the Author:
Marti Woodward has a master's degree in Guidance and Counseling and is a single mom of three teen-aged girls. Marti has worked in the field of adolescent addiction and also designed and implemented a family program for at-risk adolescents. She has trained executives and supervisors and facilitated workshops for a variety of organizations. As a coach, Marti continues to specialize in adolescent and family issues. Molly Wingate brings her practice as a parent and educator to Slow Parenting Teens. She co-parents her two, teen-aged sons with her husband, Brian Murphy. They have a two-career, two-station wagon, traditional, nuclear family. She taught high school and college students (teenagers) for over twenty years before starting a writing consulting business. Molly has a B.A. and M.A. in English literature.
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