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Surviving Your Out-of-Control Teen Lisa Gay Nichols

  • A Mom's Guide to Loving Your Child Through Difficult Times While Keeping Your Sanity Intact

    Are you scared witless for your out-of-control teen? Do you stay up at night worrying and feeling guilty, wondering how things got so bad? Can you barely function at work because of the stress and lack of sleep? Do you wonder if the next call will be from the ER, the police, or even the morgue? It’s not too late to turn things around. There are positive action steps you can take right now to help your teen and support yourself through these tough times. I know. I lived it for years with my own teen. And now, my child is thriving as a healthy young adult and member of our family. I have so much empathy for where you are now. So I wrote this book to help and support you. I share from my own experience and those of my coaching clients, including:
    • Three beliefs that may stop you from turning things around
    • Why it’s not just your teen that’s causing you misery and what you can do about it
    • Steps you can take to reduce your stress and feel calmer no matter what
    • An easy technique that can disrupt the negative patterns in your relationship with your teenager
    • How to help your teen stay safe
    You are not alone. There is hope and you can regain control over your life while loving and supporting your teenager.

Crazy Little Thing Called Teens Lisa Gay Nichols

  • The Mom's Guide to Stopping the Conflict and Bringing Peace to Your Home

    Do you wish your teenager would show more responsibility, be less angry, act more respectfully, complete (and turn in!) homework assignments, and do something other than electronics? Have you done all the nagging, bribing, threatening, crying, rulemaking, reasoning, and punishing you can stand? Do you wish they would do what you tell them to do without backtalk, just once? Do you love your teen, but sometimes don’t like them? You can’t control your teenager. But you can still change what’s happening in your home. You can reduce the amount of conflict with your teen and stop feeling so angry and fed up – without forcing changes on your teen. In this book, I show:
    • What to do when you are fed up and feel stuck
    • Why your teenager is so sarcastic, disorganized and angry (it’s normal!)
    • How to get more cooperation from your teen
    • When you should take big action, such as sending your teen to a wilderness program
    • How to reduce conflict with your teen and bring peace back to your home
    It may seem impossible that you and your teenager will ever see eye to eye again. But you can not only say farewell to anger, frustration and irritation, you can strengthen your connection with your teenager. This book guides you on how to do it.

Teens and Electronics - A Moms Guide to Creating Balance Lisa Gay Nichols