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Jan 01, 1991
| ISBN 9780385417341
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Jan 01, 1991 | ISBN 9780385417341
Even well-meaning parents can, through lack of awareness, neglect their children’s most basic needs. And neglect can take many forms—from overindulgence to lack of communications. E. Kent Hayes has spent a lifetime working to advocate for children and their family. He has gleaned those lessons into this guidebook that explains how to avoid trouble before it starts and how to:• Instill the value of delayed gratification in children who want it now• Create a flexible day-to-day structure• Talk with a noncommunicative teenager• Balance permissiveness and discipline• Help your child deal with negative peer pressure• Handle problems, such as drug abuse, teen pregnancy, and vandalism• Laugh with your child• Build a lifelong loving relationship with your childWhy Good Parents Have Bad Kids is essential reading for every parent, written by a noted child advocate and juvenile criminologist.
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