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The second family : Reckoning with adolescent power

Author: Ron Taffel; Melinda Blau
Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, 2001.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st ed
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Reveals why adolescents are searching for comfort in a "second family," or their peer groups, rather than their own families and gives parents advice on how to combat this trend.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ron Taffel; Melinda Blau
ISBN: 0312261373 9780312261375
OCLC Number: 698335810
Notes: "Why kids are creating their own families and how adults can prevent them from slipping away."
Description: xi, 204 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: "What the hell is going on?" : why we don't know our kids --
"You adults don't have a clue" : understanding the second family --
"I'm not who you think I am" : the two faces of teens --
"Why don't you invite your friends over?" : dealing with the second family --
"Don't let me slip away" : lying and the empathic envelope --
"Listen to me!" : increasing empathy and self-reflection --
"How dare you!" : dealing with privacy, confidentiality, and other matters of trust --
"Don't you grownups ever talk to each other?" : creating adult partnerships to protect kids.
Responsibility: Ron Taffel with Melinda Blau.

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Reveals why adolescents are searching for comfort in a "second family," or their peer groups, rather than their own families and gives parents advice on how to combat this trend.

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