Helps parents reopen the lines of communication with silent teenage sons and stay emotionally connected with them Adolescent boys are notoriously uncommunicative. Unfortunately, too many parents equate not talking with not feeling, and, as authors Susan Morris Shaffer and Linda Perlman Gordon explain in this groundbreaking guide, parents who make that assumption end up validating only the most superficial aspects of their sons. Co-authored by a nationally acclaimed expert on gender equity and a social worker -- both of whom successfully raised teenagers of both sexes, it arms parents with proven techniques for communicating with their adolescent sons and re-establishing strong emotional bonds with them.
|Publication date:||1st December 2004|
|Author:||Susan Morris Shaffer, Linda Perlman Gordon|
|Publisher:||McGraw-Hill Contemporary an imprint of McGraw-Hill Education - Europe|
Susan Morris Shaffer is a parenting expert, a nationally acclaimed gender equity specialist, and an educator with more than thirty years of experience. Linda Perlman Gordon, M.S.W., M.Ed., is a clinical social worker, trained mediator, and a graduate of the prestigious Family Therapy Practice Center. They are coauthors of Why Girls Talk--and What They're Really Saying.More About Susan Morris Shaffer, Linda Perlman Gordon