|Statement||Paul W. Swets.|
|Contributions||Swets, Paul W.|
|LC Classifications||HQ755.85 .S937 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 211 p. :|
|Number of Pages||211|
|LC Control Number||94046831|
Get this from a library! The art of talking with your teenager. [Paul W Swets] -- Includes staying calm in difficult situations, confronting major problems, and hearing what your teen is really saying. The Special Art of Talking to Teenagers. The following suggestions are from the book, "I'm not mad, I just hate you!" They were written expressly with teenagers in mind. The authors call upon moms to engage in responsible communication with their adolescent daughters by adhering to these eight points before they start talking: "Check Your Emotional Temperature.". The Art of Being a Brilliant Teenager is an informational book that is really funny, eye opening and helpful. The book talks about how to get the best out of your teenage years and how to use them to help you become successful in life/5. Your ability to connect with the people around you is the single greatest competitive advantage you can get. In this guide you’ll learn: Part 2: Why Social Skills Are More Important Than People Think. Many of us don’t realize the cost of having poor social skills or the power we’d gain if we improved them. In Part 2, I’ll show you why.
From the author of How to Say It, the million-copies-sold bestseller If you want to improve your conversational skills--and achieve greater levels of personal and professional success--The Art of Talking to Anyone is the ultimate e Maggio has built a career on teaching people how to say the right thing at the right time--and she's made her techniques available/5. When you ask questions, it shows you care. Jesus constantly noticed people and asked them questions. Try following his example with your teenagers with a few well-placed questions, and perhaps you can start getting more than a one-word answer. In Get Your Teenager Talking, author Jonathan McKee, an expert on youth culture, shares springboard questions to get teens talking to you about what /5(8). If your teenager wrinkles her nose and says, “I tried it and thought it was weird,” you’re having one conversation; if she responds slyly, “Lots of kids are doing it — I don’t see why. Buy this book, audiobook, or kindle e-book: No copyright infringement intended. This is audio that I think the whole world .
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