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Addiction proof your child : a realistic approach to preventing drug, alcohol, and other dependencies

Author: Stanton Peele
Publisher: New York : Three Rivers Press, ©2007.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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"In simple, clear terms, "Addiction-proof your child" shows parents how to instill thes qualities by teaching children to take pride in achievement and other bedrock values, learning how to be calm questioners and tolerant listeners, fighting the urge to overparent, and (if the parent drinks) teaching kids how to drink in moderation at home"--Publisher website (September 2007).
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Stanton Peele
ISBN: 9780307237576 0307237575
OCLC Number: 77504377
Description: x, 258 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: Introduction --
The problem is addiction, not drugs --
Youthful drug and alcohol use --
why it becomes addictive or not --
Why our drug education doesn't work --
You can raise a non-addicted child --
Discipline and values --
Independence and control --
The moderating household --
Preventing adolescent and family problems from causing addiction --
Keeping your child safe --
Making treatment work --
Policies for a non-addicted America --
Appendix A: Education and treatment resources --
Appendix B: Government watchdog agency report --
Appendix C: Harm reduction for drug addicts.
Responsibility: Stanton Peele.
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"In simple, clear terms, "Addiction-proof your child" shows parents how to instill thes qualities by teaching children to take pride in achievement and other bedrock values, learning how to be calm questioners and tolerant listeners, fighting the urge to overparent, and (if the parent drinks) teaching kids how to drink in moderation at home"--Publisher website (September 2007).

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