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Give Teens a Break!

Average rating
5 out of 5
Based on 26 Ratings and 26 Reviews

Book Description
This book stands alone in contemporary literature by offering a refreshing look at today s teens. John Morella uses research and his own experience as a family psychologist to present the myriad ways in which teens offer a positive contribution to society. He explains how adults can be overly critical, which creates a negative self-fulfilling prophecy and poor adult-teen relationships. He then out... More
Book Information
PublisherAmerican Book Publishing Group
BindingPaperback
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages252
ISBN-101589825837
ISBN-13978-1589825833
Publication Date01/15/2010
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About John R. Morella Ph.D. (Author) : Retired psychologist and academician for over 35 years. Currently author of two published books: A Guide for Effective Psychotherapy and just released, Give Teens a Break! ( a postive look at our te... more
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2/8/2010 John Morella said: A positive look at our thirty-million teens A refreshing and optimistic book on teens without the negative stererotyping,
tags: The good teens!

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