Most parents--and fathers in particular--are woefully unprepared for their child's adolescence which, in their denial, they believe won't happen, or will only happen to other people's children.-Noted parenting expert Carl Pickhardt believes that since all children have to grow through this transformation, fathers need to become informed about changes and challenges that normally unfold. This book provides caring fathers with ways to stay involved as children grow through four predictable stages of adolescence into adulthood. It describes:* how fathers can learn to be better listeners* why fathers have trouble communicating * different emotional changes between mid- and late-adolescence* how to encourage independence while setting limits* how to talk to teens about drugs, peer pressure, abusive relationships, and morePickhardt offers universal tips for fathers, helping them realize their unique roles-in supporting and guiding children through "the hard half of parenting" - the teen-years.-

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