A father engages his 3 teenage daughters on the opposite sex and lives to tell about it. Mostly.
The challenge of having your daughter grow into a woman (and what to tell her).
Always testing? Dr. Wade Horn knows the specie well - and he's got
How one dad's
teenish daughters made him a convert. Right.
can be more than vexing. Here's what to do.
Sex Is Such A Big Secret
Zach O. Greenburg
A 15 year old
tells what he doesn't tell his parents.
who were late catching on to "Pokemon" have a chance to
get in early on what may be the Next Big Thing; "Cardcaptors."
From Kids' WB!, the network that brought you Ash Ketchum and Pikachu,
comes Sakura and Kero.
Over and over
on the nightly news and on daytime talk shows, so-called experts announced
they had concluded that what drove these teens to violence was the
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|Topic: Those Tough Teens
What's your view on discipline when it comes to drugs, dating, sex, and alcohol?
teens living in "hands-on" households (TV, Internet
and music choices monitored, along with after-school, evening
and weekend activities), 47 percent reported having an excellent
relationship with their fathers and 57 percent reported an excellent
relationship with their mothers. By comparison, only 13 percent
of teens with "hands-off" parents reported an excellent
relationship with their fathers and 24 percent reported the
same with their mothers. The survey, from The National Center
on Addiction and Substance Abuse, looked at 1,000 American teens
between the age of 12 and 17.
Civil War: A Dad's Guide to
By Joseph E Cordell.
Cordell's book hits
harder than a three-hundred-pound linebacker. Level-headed and
no-nonsense, Civil War is based on the premise that the modern-day
court system continues to operate on the assumption that, in
the event of divorce, women are-and always should be-the primary
custodial parent; and that, furthermore, men are frequently
perceived as liars and abusers who can't be trusted with kids.
Consequently, says the author, custody battles aren't the time
to lose your head, but rather, to screw them on straight. This
isn't pleasure reading-it's a playbook.