Cyberbullying, sexting, alcohol, drugs, unwanted pregnancies, bullying, academic desinterest and eating disorders are just some of the worries parents face today. However, these situations or behaviours can be avoided if children are educated in values from an early age.
In How to Being Up Teenagers with Values, Dr. Deanna Mason explains how, through proactive parenting techniques, parents can prevent future behavioural problems in their children while guiding their progression towards adulthood.
This is a practical guide with tools and tips to help parents successfully instill values while supporting and advising teens. The book presents real situations that teenagers confront to help parents understand what is going on inside their children and why they behave in certain ways.
This is the book that all parents of children of any age up to adolescence should read. It is much easier to prevent or limit problems when children are small than try to correct them later. And remember, prevention is always better than cure, so don't leave until it's too late