Why Do They Act That Way? A Survival Guide to the Adolescent Brain for You and Your Teen
WHY DO THEY ACT THAT WAY? A SURVIVAL GUIDE TO THE ADOLESCENT BRAIN FOR YOU AND YOUR TEEN By David Walsh, Ph.D., with Nat Bennett (Free Press)
Your teen’s moodiness is more than a product of hormones and peer pressure, says Walsh. Although his first chapters deliver a good primer on the brain’s structural changes, what follows are tired topics like how to talk to kids about puberty, sex and drug abuse. Many parents will not find much new information.
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