by William Glasser, M.D. – 2003
No relationship except marriage, is damaged more by external control than parent-teen relationships. This is so sad, because of all the human beings on earth, adolescents who are treated without external control are the most loving.
This book is about the implications of Choice Theory psychology for parents and teens. As teens begin the normal process of asserting independence, parents might resist. This book explains methods for enhancing the relationship between the parent and the teen, and why this relationship is the most important factor in a teen’s successful transition to adulthood.
Product code: Book_CT