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The Parenting Crisis: Parenting Today’s Teenagers

The Parenting Crisis: Parenting Today's Teenagers    
Format Softcover
Catalogue No. 1-55041-843-2
Pages 224
Language English only
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Written by Dr. Scott Wooding.
Published by Fitzhenry & Whiteside Ltd., 2005.


While most adults have the maturity and experience needed to deal with stress, children do not, writes bestselling author Dr. G. Scott Wooding in The Parenting Crisis, and they are showing the effects of stress in both their health and in their everyday behaviour.

And whether it manifests itself as temper tantrums, bullying, aggression and violence, or emerges in the form of obesity, drug, tobacco and alcohol abuse, recent studies suggest that the stress levels facing young people today are not only greater than at any time in history, but that our failure to recognize and eliminate these stresses has become the number one impediment to healthy parenting.

By identifying the causes of this stress, Dr. Wooding offers common sense solutions that will be welcomed by caring parents everywhere. One of North America’s leading authorities on the parenting of teenagers, Dr. G. Scott Wooding holds an Ed.D. in Educational Psychology from Brigham Young University, an M.A. in Psychology from the University of Waterloo and bachelor degrees from the University of Western Ontario and the University of Guelph. In private practice, Dr. Wooding is a specialist in parenting problems and stress management.

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