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e-Book Analyse Yourself: A Teen's Guide To Understanding Their Friends, Parents, And Themselves! download

e-Book Analyse Yourself: A Teen's Guide To Understanding Their Friends, Parents, And Themselves! download

by Karyn Gordon

ISBN: 1894860004
ISBN13: 978-1894860000
Language: English
Publisher: Willard & Assoc Consulting (October 31, 2003)
Pages: 240
Category: Parenting
Subategory: Parenting

ePub size: 1128 kb
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Karyn Gordon, or dk as teens call her, knows that approach and has been coaching adolescents and parents for over a decade. She’s a high-demand speaker, an expert on The Mom Show and the go-to teen parenting source for Canadian media. Throughout the book, Gordon advises on central issues, including depression and mental illness, substance abuse, sex and sexual orientation, privacy and independence, friends and peer pressure, trouble with the law, learning styles and school choices, bullying and violence, and step-parenting.

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See yourself in a new light . What You Need to Know. Most of the work done to understand personality has been conducted on the adjectives that people use to describe each other (words such as happy, sad, nice, hard-working, and creative). People who are likely to describe themselves as sad, for example, are also more likely to describe themselves as fearful, anxious, uncertain and volatile, and less likely to describe themselves as cool, collected, calm and stable. The same applies in other domains: people who are nice are compassionate, empathic, caring and soft, while their polar opposites are hard, competitive, blunt and tough.

Good parent-teen relationships include respect, understanding, trust, and concern

Good parent-teen relationships include respect, understanding, trust, and concern. We can build good relationships with our teens by spending time together, keeping promises, using humor, and appreciating their efforts and strengths. Teens are less likely to take risks if they have good relationships with their parents. As our kids grow into teenagers, they gain a great deal of independence. That's a normal and natural part of growing up. But even as they increase their independence, we need to keep our relationships as close to them as we did when they were small children. They still need us to love, guide, and have fun with them.

Imagine yourself in this situation: A friend asks you to a party Try to understand why the characters feel the way they do.

Imagine yourself in this situation: A friend asks you to a party. You learn that all the girls in your group were invited - except for Paula. How do you think Paula will feel if she finds out? A. angry B. sad C. hurt D. excluded E. confused F. nervous G. embarrassed H. indifferent. The skill of understanding others helps us predict what people might feel in a certain situation, but it also allows us to make sense of how people react. For example: In homeroom at 8 . your friend is smiling, friendly, and full of energy. Try to understand why the characters feel the way they do.

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