• Raising Teenagers

  • How to Raise Teenagers into Balanced and Responsible Adults in Today’s Cluttered World Through Positive Parenting
  • By: John S. Roberts
  • Narrated by: Bob D
  • Length: 1 hr and 11 mins
  • 4.1 out of 5 stars (9 ratings)

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Raising Teenagers

By: John S. Roberts
Narrated by: Bob D
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Publisher's Summary

Have you wondered if you're making the right decisions when it comes to raising your teenager?

Over the last years, there has been a lot of confusion about the role of boys and girls in our society. It's easy to see why parents are left with lots of unanswered questions when they're raising their children. Raising teenagers the right way through positive parenting can significantly help them become responsible and balanced adults later on.

Here's some of what you can expect to learn in this audiobook:  

  • How to avoid common mistakes that parents make that can end up harming their teenagers in the long-term
  • How to teach proper conduct at home the right way, saving yourself countless headaches
  • How to deal with depression, anxiety, and feelings of loneliness
  • How to help your teenagers prepare for the future
  • The biggest challenges when raising boys and how to easily overcome them

Would you like to enjoy going through every stage of your teenager's development without worrying if you're doing the right thing or not? The earlier you manage to give proper guidance, the easier it is for teens to grow into healthier adults. However, there is no such thing as being too late, and even the most damaging of behaviors and habits can be helped.

Do not leave anything to chance. Start by guiding your teenagers towards the best possible path towards a healthy and responsible adulthood today!

©2017 John S. Roberts (P)2017 John S. Roberts

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Nothing new here.

Was hoping for new information but this is the same I've read everywhere else, just more concise.

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GOOD BOOK...

Chose this book so that I could first proof read it before giving it to the parents of my grandchildren.Very easy reading with many great points that parents can go through with the children. Will recommend this little book to all parents,with the hope that it will encourage them to teach their children.

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Just What I Needed

This is an easy read and offers a wonderful way for parents to interact - not only with their children but also with the world in general. I have recommended this book to many parents who , in turn, have advised re the benefits of utilizing the recommended practices.

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  • 02-23-21

Mechanically read, clinical but sound advice

I guess In previous title as I’ve been used a little bit more personality with the reader even on serious psychological content. I found the narration incredibly dry and for me it made it much harder to connect as a reader. However I was determined to soak up the content as my teenager is very important to me there was some sound advice and it was good to hear perspective outside of conversation with other parents of teenagers