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Sullen Tween Daughter Need Not Be the Norm

Robert341 Wrote: Apr 11, 2013 11:58 AM
For your Tween, I recommend my book (with royalties to charity, not me): Advice for my Granddaughter: For When I'm Gone http://www.amazon.com/Advice-Granddaughter-When-Im-Gone/dp/147004238X/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1329662198&sr=8-2 https://www.createspace.com/3792897 All royalties go to the Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation (which gets a larger royalty if you order directly through Create Space.). Robert A. Hall

To: Marybeth

From: Preteen Parent

How do I survive a moody 12-year-old daughter without damaging our relationship (or killing her)? I find it very hard to allow her the power to ruin a family event even a meal with her gloom. Some days she is a pure delight (engaged, happy, articulate, intelligent) and the next day she is silent, sullen and distant. It is taking a lot for me not to respond negatively to it. Help!

To: Preteen Parent

From: Mb

Ah, hormones. Clearly, your daughter has entered adolescence with all of its attending angst and agita. According to specialists, this...

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