Item description for Wisdom On... Getting Along with Parents (Invert) by Mark Matlock...
Overview For many teens, the idea of getting along with their parents may seem like an oxymoron. Whether they get along with their parents most of the time or they seem to always be butting heads, Wisdom on Getting Along with Parents can help teens understand both sides a little better and improve their relationship.
Publishers Description Wisdom On...Getting Along with Parents can help you understand both sides a little better and improve your relationship. This book is about giving you insight and understanding into the dynamics of your relationship with your parents, and helping you learn to use wisdom when you interact with them. You'll walk away from this book with a whole new perspective on the relationship you have with your parents, and how to have an even better one.
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Studio: Zondervan/Youth Specialties
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.94" Width: 5.3" Height: 0.4" Weight: 0.35 lbs.
Release Date Sep 1, 2008
Publisher Zondervan Publishing
ISBN 0310279291 ISBN13 9780310279297 UPC 025986279295
Availability 0 units.
More About Mark Matlock
Mark Matlock has been working with youth pastors, students, and parents for more than two decades. He's the Executive director of Youth Specialties and founder of WisdomWorks Ministries and PlanetWisdom. He's the author of several books including The Wisdom On series, Living a Life That Matters, Don't Buy the Lie, and Raising Wise Children. Mark lives in Texas with his wife, Jade, and their two teenage children.
Mark Matlock currently resides in Irving, in the state of Texas.
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Read at age 12, 13 and then again at 14 Feb 17, 2009
Better yet, Mom or Dad, read it with your 12, 13 and/or 14-year old. Much more applicable to good Christian families and the Clevers in general, than say, the Manson family, and loaded with way more suggestions than the average kid would act on, but provides solid rational for that "thou shalt honor your mother and father" thingy that has perplexed so many of us with dorky or deadbeat parents.