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The politically incorrect guide to teenagers : before your teenagers drive you crazy / Nigel Latta.

By: Latta, Nigel, 1967-.
Contributor(s): Latta, Nigel, 1967-. Before your teenagers drive you crazy.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Auckland, N.Z. : HarperCollins, 2011Description: 317 pages ; 21 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781869509088.Subject(s): Parenting | Parent and teenager | Teenagers -- Family relationships | Adolescent psychology | Teenagers | Parenting -- New Zealand | Adolescent psychology -- New Zealand | Teenagers -- FamiliesDDC classification: 649.125 Summary: Presented by clinical psychologist Nigel Latta, this book takes a completely irreverent poke at the world of modern parenting, and asks whether we've all lost our way just a little? Maybe even a lot? How did parenting ever get this hard? How come our parents just got on with it yet we worry about every last little thing? And why do modern children seem to think that the world really does revolve around them?
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Nigel Latta has worked extensively with teenagers, and has seen every kind of kid, family, and problem you could possibly imagine. In this book, he shares all the secrets of surviving the teenage years with sanity intact, and shows you what to do when you don't know what to do, using the basic principles he would use if he saw your family.

Previously published as: Before your teenagers drive you crazy. 2008.

Presented by clinical psychologist Nigel Latta, this book takes a completely irreverent poke at the world of modern parenting, and asks whether we've all lost our way just a little? Maybe even a lot? How did parenting ever get this hard? How come our parents just got on with it yet we worry about every last little thing? And why do modern children seem to think that the world really does revolve around them?

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