How to Train Your Parents in 6 1/2 Days

 

“New bible on parent-teen interaction”

Mom’s Choice Award® Winner!! 

150 pages of fun, thought-provoking, real-life stories and reflections, as well as strategies and tricks for the savvy tween or teen (12 – 20 y.o.) who likes to be treated with respect.

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Reviews:

“What an amazing and insightful book! As a mother of teenagers (and a teacher of teens), this book helped me to realize how much I have to learn from the teenagers around me. Margit Crane speaks directly to teens, in an authentic, compassionate and witty way, addressing key issues that can transform any teen-adult relationship. How to Train Your Parents in 6 ½ Days is an awesome tool (maybe even a secret weapon) for teenagers, helping them to see their own power in any communication situation, when it otherwise might feel like no one will ever understand them.” Betina Hsieh, Ph.D., Doctor of Secondary Education

“I loooooooove this book! It’s so good, so funny, and oh so helpful. If you want to build a better relationship with your parents, Margit Crane’s book is the best one on the market. She is able to put you in your parents shoes and put them in yours. The writing style in this book is hilarious and communicates the pointers and tips very well to teens. When you finish reading this book, you will be able to get your parents to treat you the way you want to be treated.” Daryn K., 14

Available at your local bookstore, and online at Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

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Learn More:

>> Margit Crane, empowering teens and parents

>> Read the book’s Introduction <—– Lookee here!!

>> Good things are easy. Great things take time and attention 

>> New bible on parent-teen interaction Book Review

>> Interview on Pyhooya Parenting radio show

>> Interview on Zone About Town radio show  (scroll down the page to get to the interview)

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